In this media, you will learn about Circle Graphs.
A representation of specific information and its relation to the whole environment in a circle form is called Circle Graph.
In a circle graph, there are sectors to represent information.
There are number of sectors representing a whole data so that the number of or percentage of the sector compared to the total number of sectors can be determined.
Consider a circle graph representing a group of kids who likes various chocolates like Snickers, Milky ways, Eclairs, Hershey’s bar and so on.
The whole circle shows kids who like chocolates and the sectors represent the specific chocolates and the number of kids that like them.
The size of the sector helps to determine the number of kids.
With the help of sector to whole data comparison we could find its fraction of the sector to the whole circle.
A circle graph is also known as a Pie chart.
Thus you have now learned about Circle Graphs.
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