Algebra and Graphs
Vectors, Matrices and Transformations
Mean, Mode, Median and Range
How to find Mean, Mode, Median and Range
Mean for Grouped data
Collecting and Displaying data
Tally Charts and Frequency Tables
Scatter Diagrams and Correlation
Introducing Cumulative Frequency
Quartiles and the Inter-Quartile Range
What are Pie Charts and how to interpret them
A great way to present data is by using a Pie chart. On the news, in magazines, newspapers or in your school books you will encounter them. This section will explain everything you need to know about Pie Charts. Learn what Pie Charts are, how to interpret them and how to construct Pie Charts yourself. Let me know if you still don't understand Pie Charts. I will help you with your maths and make some more example questions about Pie Charts for you. Good luck and have fun!
How to calculate an amount when looking at a Pie Chart
Study the following video during your maths revision about Pie charts. Learn how to calculate an amount when given an angle and pass your next maths exam!
How to calculate angles and construct a Pie Chart
Finally I will explain to you how to construct a Pie Chart. When you study the next maths example question you will understand how to make your own pie charts and how to calculate the angle of each piece of the pie. Go to the forum of this website if you still don't understand Pie Charts. I will make some more example questions for you and help you with your maths. Good luck and have fun!
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