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Directions: The following pie-charts show the distribution of herbivores and carnivores in seven different forests A, B, C, D, E, F and G.

Distribution of Herbivores and Carnivores in Seven Different Forests A, B, C, D, E, F and G.

Created with Highcharts 5.0. 7Total number of herbivores animals are = 78,200A (9%) A (9%) B (15%) B (15%) C (12%) C (12%) D (18%) D (18%) E (17%) E (17%) F (14%) F (14%) G (15%) G (15%) F (14%) The distribution of herbivores and carnivores in seven different forests: 14
Created with Highcharts 5.0. 7Total number of carnivores animals are = 44,200A (12%) A (12%) B (13%) B (13%) C (14%) C (14%) D (22%) D (22%) E (18%) E (18%) F (9%) F (9%) G (12%) G (12%) D (22%) The distribution of herbivores and carnivores in seven different forests: 22

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What is the ratio between the animals that are herbivores in forest D and the animals that are carnivores in forest E?

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Question 814

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The table shows the number of three different brands of watches sold by a certain store. The data are represented by the pie chart type diagram which shows a semicircle divided into six equal sectors. The angle of sector representing the number of Rolex watches sold is:

Table of brands of watches and number of watches sold

Brand

Number of watches

Rolex

35

Omega

60

Citizen

45

Circle cCircle c: Circle through B with center ASector dSector d: CircularSector [A, D, E] Sector dSector d: CircularSector [A, D, E] Sector eSector e: CircularSector [A, F, D] Sector eSector e: CircularSector [A, F, D] Sector gSector g: CircularSector [A, F, G] Sector gSector g: CircularSector [A, F, G] Sector hSector h: CircularSector [A, G, H] Sector hSector h: CircularSector [A, G, H] Sector kSector k: CircularSector [A, H, D] Sector kSector k: CircularSector [A, H, D] Sector pSector p: CircularSector [A, D, I] Sector pSector p: CircularSector [A, D, I] Sector qSector q: CircularSector [A, I, J] Sector qSector q: CircularSector [A, I, J] Sector rSector r: CircularSector [A, J, E] Sector rSector r: CircularSector [A, J, E] Segment fSegment f: Segment [B, C] Point AA = (4.02,2.92) Point AA = (4.02,2.92) Point AA = (4.02,2.92) Point DPoint D: Point on cPoint DPoint D: Point on cPoint DPoint D: Point on cPoint EPoint E: Intersection point of c, fPoint EPoint E: Intersection point of c, fPoint EPoint E: Intersection point of c, fPoint FPoint F: Intersection point of c, fPoint FPoint F: Intersection point of c, fPoint FPoint F: Intersection point of c, fPoint GPoint G: Point on ePoint GPoint G: Point on ePoint GPoint G: Point on ePoint HPoint H: Point on ePoint HPoint H: Point on ePoint HPoint H: Point on ePoint IPoint I: Point on dPoint IPoint I: Point on dPoint IPoint I: Point on dPoint JPoint J: Point on dPoint JPoint J: Point on dPoint JPoint J: Point on d

Image of a Circle Divided with Some Angles of 30 Degree

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