Going left to right, the Fall 2002 semester would be 1963, has would be our = sign, 20% more than the Fall 2001 semester, would be starting with the Fall 2001 semester, which is 11c.If the areas of sectors in the circle graphs are drawn in proportion to the percentages shown, what is the measure, in degrees, of the central angle sector representing the percentage of juniors?The simplified ratio of freshmen to seniors would be 10 to 3.
Vanilla made 35.3% of the profits in 2001 and 29% of the profits in 2002. Approximately how many customers preferred Sprite in 2002? By approximately what percent did the preference of root beer decrease from 2001 to 2002? What was the difference between the number of votes for Coca Cola in 2001 versus 2002?
Chocolate made 40% of the profits in 2001 and 41% of the profits in 2002. What percent of customers in 2002 voted for Sprite?
12 to 40 would be the ratio of seniors to freshman.
You write a ratio, just like you read it, left to right.
As shown above, when we take a percentage of a number, we write the percent in decimal form and then multiply it times the number we are taking the percentage of.
Taking 18% of the total of 360 degrees we get: The first column identifies the flavors of ice cream that made a profit.
Strawberry made 24.7% of the profits in 2001 and 30% of the profits in 2002.: The table below shows the results of a survey on beverage preference taken with customers of the Good Eats Café in 20. Looking at the third column (2002), it looks like it is 14.4%. Looking at the bottom of the third column (2002), it says that the total number of votes in 2002 is 9432.
Taking 14.4% of the total of 9432 we get: What was the percent of customers that voted for root beer in 2001? You find that by going to the second column (2001) and going down to root beer.
What percentage of the students were juniors in the Fall 2002 semester? So what would be the measure of the central angle for juniors for the Fall 2002 semester?
Since a full circle is 360 degrees, we are basically wanting to know what 18% of 360 degrees is.