# Algebra

What are the first 100 digits of Pi? How would I make a graph of the frequency of each digit? How would I find the mean of the first 100 digits? Then how would I creat a circle graph of the information in the bar graph?

http://www.mathwithmrherte.com/pi_digits.htm

The bar graph is simple. Count the number of times a digit occurs, and plot it as the bar.

Circle? divide the height of each bar by 100, that will be the percent frequency for that number. Divide the cirle up into ten pieces, each the size of that numbers frequency. (angleof piece equals percentfrequency*360 degrees).

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