1. The Carpenter family earns \$30,000 a year after taxes. In their budget \$8000 is needed for housing, \$8000 for food, \$4000 towards clothing, and the rest toward miscellaneous expenses. Which two categories of the Carpenters' expenses would be represented by sectors of the same size in a circle graph? A. food and miscellaneous B. food and clothing C. food and housing D. clothing and miscellaneous Hint 2. The Carpenter family earns \$30,000 a year after taxes. In their budget \$8000 is needed for housing, \$8000 for food, \$4000 towards clothing, and the rest toward miscellaneous expenses. Which circle graph best represents the budget data? A. B. C. D. Hint 3. The Carpenter family earns \$30,000 a year after taxes. In their budget \$8000 is needed for housing, \$8000 for food, \$4000 towards clothing, and the rest toward miscellaneous expenses. In the circle graph of this data, which two categories total 60%? A. clothing and housing B. food and housing C. housing and miscellaneous D. clothing and miscellaneous Hint 4. The school store is selling T-shirts in red, white, grey, and blue. The graph at the right shows how many of each color the store has sold. Which circle graph also represents this information? A. B. C. D. Hint 5. The circle graph compares the area of each of the Great Lakes to the total area of the Great Lakes. Which statement is not true? A. The area of Lake Superior, Lake Huron, and Lake Michigan is about of the total area of the Great Lakes. B. The area of Lake Superior and Lake Huron is a little more than of the total area of the Great Lakes. C. The area of Lake Michigan and Lake Erie is about of the total area of the Great Lakes. D. The area of Lake Ontario and Lake Erie is a little less than of the total area of the Great Lakes. Hint