# Test: Pie Charts - Ambitious

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Question 1:   The table below represents $360$ books grouped by their category:

 Book category Frequency Science-fiction $150$ Romance $125$ Adventure $50$ Horror $35$

Draw a pie chart representing this table    Question 2:   The table below represents student grades in mathematics exam:

 Book category Frequency A $15$ B $22$ C $15$ D $8$

Draw a pie chart representing this table    Question 3:   The table below shows the favourite game among a group of  $50$  pupils:

 Book category Frequency Football $35$ Rugby $10$ Basketball $3$ Volleyball $2$

What is the angle of the sector representing Rugby?
$50°$
$72°$
$36°$
$10°$
Question 4:   The pie chart represents a monthly expenditure of a household that totals  $£800$: What is the expenditure for utilities?
$£160$
$£200$
$£150$
$£220$
Question 5:   The pie chart represents a monthly income of a household that totals $£2600$: What is the angle for the salary pie slice?
$324°$
$95°$
$338°$
$350°$
Question 6:   The pie chart represents a number of employees in a company grouped by departments: What is the sum of emplyees percentage working in the QA and DEV departments?
$55.55%$
$57.12%$
$49.76%$
$56.41%$
Question 7:   Household income for March is represented by the pie chart below and totals $£3000$: In April there was an additional  $£200$ bonus received to the household income. What is the percentage of the bonus in April?
$13.05%$
$10.94%$
$12.31%$
$9.25%$
Question 8:   The pie chart below represents a car fleet in a company grouped by the car brand: There are $18$ BMW company cars. How many VW cars are in the fleet?
$5$
$12$
$4$
$7$
Question 9:   The table shows game consoles popularity amongst students:

 Book category Frequency WII $35%$ XBox $40%$ PlayStation $25%$

Draw a pie chart representing the above data    Question 10:   The pie chart represents results of a survey conducted on a group of students in order to find out their favourite movie genre: What is the angle for the comedy sector?
$80°$
$72°$
$78°$
$66°$