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pie chart

a chart that portrays data in pictorial form and shows the relative share of each category in a total by means of the relative size of its ‘slice’ of a circular ‘pie’.
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Figure 2: Pie Graph Showing the Responses of 'wool'
9% Source: CUNA Mutual Group Retiree Research Study 2008-2009 Note: Table made from pie graph.
For example, a pie graph representing annual expense percentages; a pictorial $100 note of revenue divided into labour, rent, supplies, other expenses, tax, interest and net profit; a graph showing total sales from different categories of customers, or new vs returning customers; or anything else that would help them understand.
8% Source: Giving USA Foundation(TM)/Giving USA 2007 Note: Table made from pie graph.
There is no simple comparison of how one hospital is performing against any other, although a pie graph demonstrates what percentage of self-assessment scores by a trust or board was 'marked down' by the inspectors.
2] equivalents China 13% USA 10% EU (25) 8% India 7% Russia 5% Brazil 5% Indonesia 3% Ukraine 3% Australia 2% Mexico 2% Iran 2% Pakistan 2% Venezuala 2% Turkey 2% Canada 2% rest of the world 32% Note: Table made from pie graph.
Distribution of Polymer Demand For Rotational Moulding 2006 Central Europe 5% France 13% Germany 11% Italy 16% United Kingdom 19% Benelux 6% Scandinavia 9% Spain 5% Other WE countries 16% Note: Table made from pie graph [c] Applied Market Information Ltd.
no 14% unsure 6% yes 80% Note: Table made from pie graph.
other pet food sales by retail outlet type Other * 11% Supermarkets 13% Mass 22% Pet specialty 54% * Include farm/feed stores, lawn and garden/home improvement stores, professional channels, direct sales/Internet, and drug stores Source: Packaged Facts Note: Table made from pie graph.
For example, each piece of your pie graph can represent the number of visits from each college--15% of tutorials were given to students from the Engineering college, 25% were from Arts and Sciences, etc.
More than 300,000 8% 200,000 to 300,000 8% 100,000 to 200,000 14% 50,000 to 100,000 21% 25,000 to 50,000 19% Under 25,000 30% Note: Table made from pie graph.