1.   Find the measure of the segment of a circle graph representing high school enrollment.
   
    A. 16° B. 18°
    C. 60° D. 134°
    Hint

  2.   The land areas of the seven continents are shown. What percentage of the total world land area is Asia? Round to the nearest percent.
   
    A. 30% B. 35%
    C. 43% D. 37%
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  3.   Suppose you made a circle graph of the inventions that teens can’t live without listed in the table. Find the number of degrees for each section.
   
    A. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 36°, microwave oven: 25°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 122°, other: 7° B. automobile: 122°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 58°, PC: 25°, toothbrush: 112°, other: 36°
    C. automobile: 25°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 122°, PC: 112°, toothbrush: 36°, other: 58° D. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 122°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 25°, other: 36°
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  4.   According to a survey, the table lists the most annoying distractions at the movies. If a circle graph of the data is drawn, how many degrees is the “Babies crying” section?
   
    A. 94° B. 61°
    C. 100° D. 158°
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  5.   The circle graph shows how long American workers typically stay after work 3 to 5 days per week. Find the statement that best describes how long the average American worker stays after work.
   
    A. The American worker typically stays 2 to 3 extra hours after work.
    B. The American worker typically stays 3 to 4 extra hours after work.
    C. The American worker typically stays 1 to 2 extra hours after work.
    D. The American worker typically stays 4 or more extra hours after work.
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