Intermediate Math
Percents Applications: Pie Charts and Box and Whisker Plots
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Introduction


Concept/Skill  Sample  YouTube  Learn Zillion  Khan Academy  Visual Literacy: Tables and Graphs  Number Power 5  Math Sense 3  GED Mathematics  WorkWise: Math at Work 
Pie Charts and Box and Whisker Plots 
Pie Chart The pie chart shows the types of pets owned by a group of people. What is the most popular pet? Answer: Fish 

3538  3233  38  196  
Box and Whisker Plot
The box and whisker plot shows data on players' weights. Is the median weight more or less than 250lbs? Answer: Less than 250lbs 
Problem Solving


Concept/Skill  Sample  YouTube  Learn Zillion 
Khan Academy VIDEOS 
Khan Academy PRACTICE EXERCISES 
Visual Literacy: Tables and Graphs  Number Power 5  Math Sense 3  GED Mathematics  WorkWise: Math at Work 
Pie Charts (Circle Graphs) 
The pie chart represents favorite summer Olympic sports to watch. If 500 people's answers are represented in the pie chart, how many people picked soccer as their favorite sport? Answer: 150 
Percents in Pie Charts 
3841
43 (56)
45 (13) 
3443  22 
197
200 (1517)
202 (12)
206 (3032) 
65: Exercise 2  
Reading Circle Grahps (Pie Charts) Tutorial  
Chapter 8 Interpreting Circle Graphs  
MathInterpreting Circle Graphs (Working Backwards)  
Box and Whisker Plots 
Based on the box and whisker plot, which quartile contains the most data points? Answer: the 2nd Quartile 
Box and Whisker Plots  Construct a Box Plot  Reading Box Plots  PRACTICE EXERCISES: Creating Box Plots  39  
Box Plots  Create a Box Plot  Constructing a Box Plot  PRACTICE EXERCISES: Interpreting Quartiles  
How to Read a Box Plot  Interpreting Box Plots 
Problem Solving PostTest: Pie Charts
1. In the Visual Literacy: Tables and Graphs book, on page 42 complete the pie chart and answer questions 27. It is OK to use a calculator on this test. 

2. Answers can be found on the back of the book. 

3. A passing score is 11 out of 12. 
Problem Solving PostTest: Box and Whisker Plots