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pie chart

[′pī ‚chärt]
(mathematics)
A circle divided by several radii into sectors whose relative areas represent the relative magnitudes of quantities or the relative frequencies of items in a frequency distribution. Also known as circle graph; sectorgram.
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Fig. 23 Pie graph or pie chart. In the above example, sectors of the graph indicate the type of employment of Polytechnic and College social science graduates, three years after graduation.

pie graph

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pie chart

a circular graph divided into sectors proportional to the magnitudes of the quantities represented.

pie chart

A graphical representation of information in which each unit of data is represented as a pie-shaped piece of a circle. See business graphics.
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A pie chart is most accurate when all available data or possible outcomes are included.
Just as Town Meeting: After Acconci seemed a parody of the way in which a complex web of politics, beliefs, and actions can be reduced to a catchword, Koumoundouros here seizes upon the inequities that the pie chart represents while at the same time rejecting their simplification into a graphic.
1-4 48.0% 5-10 27.5% 11-20 10.4% 21-50 8.9% 51-100 3.3% 100+ 1.9% Note: Table made from pie chart. If you serve n a management position how many people do you manage?
A pie chart is a circle divided into wedge-shape sections.
EP officials also use certain assumptions as they try to put together the new pie chart. For example, they suppose that re-elected members generally stay in the same political group, barring a statement to the contrary.
Below $30000 17% $31,000-%50,000 15% $51,000-$75,000 18% $16,000-$100,000 24% $100,000-$150,000 19% more than $150,000 7% Note: Table made from pie chart. How long have you worked at you current company?
Panel A of Exhibit 2 is a pie chart representative of many of the 64 "rotated" pie charts observed in the authors' survey, of which many were also "exploded" as well, as in Panel A.
Less than $5, 36.3% $5 to $10, 32.4% $10 to $20, 14% $30 or more, 9.5% $20 to $30, 7.8% Note: Table made from pie chart. THIS YEAR DO YOU EXPECT YOUR PARK ATTENDANCE TO: Increase 63.5% Decrease 3.2% Stay the same 33.3% Note: Table made from pie chart.
21.20% 51-61 54.50% 62-72 12.12% 73-older 4.04% Note: Table made from pie chart. </pre> <p>Gender Breakdown