A group of 200 pupils was asked to name their favourite sports. The pie chart shows their choices and the number of pupils who chose each of the sports. Which sports was chosen by 25% of the pupils? Give the answer in letter.
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The pie chart shows how Jenny spent her pocket money last month. What is the ratio of the amount of money Jenny spent on crafts to the amount she spent on books?
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The pie chart shows how a class of 40 students go to school. What percentage of the class walk to school?
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The pie chart represents the number of stationery sold by a shopkeeper. An equal number of markers and staplers were sold. What percentage of the stalks of flowers sold were markers?
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The pie chart represents the number of stalks of each type of flowers sold by a florist. An equal number of stalks of sunflowers and daisies were sold. The florist sold 6 more stalks of roses than carnations. What was the total number of stalks of flowers sold?
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School camp T-shirts were available in 4 colours: yellow, blue, red and green. At the camp, each child chose one T-shirt. The pie chart represents the children's choice of T-shirt colours. 40 children chose red T-shirts. The children's choice of T-shirt colours is also represented by the bar graph. The bar that shows the number of children who chose yellow T-shirts has not been drawn. How many children chose yellow T-shirts?
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Find the following values without a calculator.
  1. 13 x 360° = ______ °
  2. _____ x 360° = 90° (Give the answer in fraction.)
  3. 10% x 360° = _____ °
  4. ____% x 360° = 180° (Give the answer in fraction.)
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