Pie Chart Construction Worksheets
These "Keep It Fresh" worksheets are designed to support pie-chart drawing skills. Assigning an occasional worksheet helps students maintain the concepts.
Each worksheet displays a data table reflecting some real-world context. The student is asked to summarize the data in the form of a pie chart. Students may either draw a pie chart on the printed circle (pre-ruled with 100 tick marks, each corresponding to 1%) or paste a chart they have created using technology.
The worksheets are grouped into three tiers of complexity:
In worksheets 1-3, the data tables present relative frequencies as percents, and the student simply applies these percents to draw the table.
In worksheets 4-6, data are presented as frequencies, and the student must convert these data to relative frequencies (as percents) before plotting.
In worksheets 7-10, data is presented in raw form, requiring the student to create a tally table, convert the resulting frequencies to percents, then create the plot.
An answer key is included.
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Note: Since the printed circular template is ruled in percents, it is not necessary for students to compute geometric angles (i.e. 25% = 90 degrees) in order to create the chart.