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Published: 21/08/2017
KS3
4 pages

Pie-charts - an introduction

A simple worksheet on pie charts. Useful as an introduction without a calculator for KS3 students.    

See other resources: Statistics | Graphs and charts – pie charts


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Ray LoweRay Lowe
Hi Margaritia. MA stands for the 'magic angle'. Many students forget to use this 'multiplier' to calculate the required angle. I've found it helps focus their thoughts before rushing into using the protractor. Also, 'MA' becomes 'MM', the 'magic multiplier'.
Cheers.
Ray

Posted on 4th November 2018
Margarita FarrellMargarita Farrell
What does MA stand for?

Posted on 3rd November 2018
Chris McCreadyChris McCready
Introduction? There's no introduction to Pie Charts, it starts in the middle with no explanation.
Posted on 31st July 2018

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