1.   The land areas of the seven continents are shown. What is the angle measure of the segment of a circle graph measuring Antarctica's land area? Round to the nearest degree.
   
    A. 33° B. 34°
    C. 35° D. 32°
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  2.   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: 122°, cell phone: 7°, microwave oven: 58°, PC: 25°, toothbrush: 112°, other: 36° B. automobile: 112°, cell phone: 36°, microwave oven: 25°, PC: 58°, toothbrush: 122°, other: 7°
    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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  3.   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. 100° B. 61°
    C. 94° D. 158°
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  4.   The circle graph shows a survey of the most annoying distractions at the movies. Which statement correctly describes the graph?
   
    A. One hundred people took part in the survey. B. The ‘’People talking’’ section is 44°.
    C. About one-half of the people said that cell-phone ringing and people getting up and down are the most annoying distractions. D. About one-quarter of the people said that crying babies are the most annoying distraction.
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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 3 to 4 extra hours after work.
    B. The American worker typically stays 1 to 2 extra hours after work.
    C. The American worker typically stays 4 or more extra hours after work.
    D. The American worker typically stays 2 to 3 extra hours after work.
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