SOLUTION: When constructing a circle ("pie") graph, how do you find the number of degrees the central angle should be which represents a certain percent of the total?

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 Question 14029: When constructing a circle ("pie") graph, how do you find the number of degrees the central angle should be which represents a certain percent of the total?Answer by AnlytcPhil(1276)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!When constructing a circle ("pie") graph, how do you find the number of degrees the central angle should be which represents a certain percent of the total? ` Answer: ` 1. Change the percent to a decimal, by moving the decimal point two places left and removing the "%" sign ` 2. Multiply this decimal by 360°. ` Edwin