1.   Which circle graph correctly represents the data?
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  2.   Suppose you made a circle graph of the inventions that teens canít live without listed in the table. Find the number of degrees for each section.
   
    A. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 122°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 25°, other: 36° B. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 36°, microwave oven: 25°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 122°, other: 7°
    C. automobile: 122°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 58°, PC: 25°, toothbrush: 112°, other: 36° D. automobile: 25°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 122°, PC: 112°, toothbrush: 36°, other: 58°
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  3.   Which circle graph matches the data of inventions that teens canít live without?
   
    A. B.
    C. D.
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  4.   The circle graph shows how much Americans say they tip at restaurants. Use the graph to describe the opinion of most Americans.
   
    A. Most Americans tip up to 10%.
    B. Most Americans tip between 11% and 15%.
    C. Most Americans tip between 11% and 20%.
    D. Most Americans tip more than 16%.
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  5.   The circle graph shows how much Americans say they tip at restaurants. Find the statement that is not true.
   
    A. The 11-15% section of the graph has a measure of 126°.
    B. 44% of Americans tip between 6% and 20%.
    C. There are about twice as many people who tip between 11% and 15% than there are people who tip between 6% and 10%.
    D. About one-quarter of the people you poll on the street would say they tip between 16% and 20%.
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