Making Circle Graphs

Post test Questions

1. When making a circle graph, which of these is not very helpful
a. Circle graph paper
b. Colored pencils
c. Ruler

2. 3/8 is how many degrees in a circle?
a. 100
b. 120
c. 135
d. 180

3. 360 represents
a. The number of degrees in ½ of a circle
b. The number of degrees in a full circle
c. The number of degrees in a triangle
d. The radius of a circle

4. Most of the time, circle graph paper has how many sections?
a. 24
b. 48
c. 72
d. 96

5. How many degrees apart is a line in circle graph paper?
a. 1
b. 3
c. 5
d. 7

6. One of the things you need to know before you start drawing is-
a. The fractional value of each category
b. The standard colors of all circle graphs
c. The thickness of each part

7. When we multiply a fraction by 360, we are converting the fraction into a measurement of
a. Percentages
b. Measures
c. Degrees

8. Before you start the actual graphing, you should check to see
a. If you have more than 8 sections
b. If you have enough colored pencils
c. If the measure of each category when added together equals 360 degrees

9. ¼ is how many degrees in a circle graph?
a. 90
b. 180
c. 270
d. 360

10. ¾ of a circle is how many degrees?
a. 90
b. 180
c. 270
d. 360