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If you wanted to put 36, 34, 26, and 4 percent into a circle graph, how many degrees would each angle for each percent be?

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    total is 36+34+26+4 = 100 %
    360 degrees is full circle, 100% around
    so
    36 % * ( 360/100 ) = 129.6 deg
    34 *3.6 = 122.4
    26*3.6 = 93.6
    4*3.6 = 14.4

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