MATH

• WELCOME TO MATH!

Today we'll review Circle charts, or Pie Charts.
To refresh your memory, I'd like you to look at a couple of worksheets which demonstrate very clearly how to fill out a circle chart. You don't actually have to print the circle chart. You can simply look at the chart and draw one just like it on a piece of paper. If it asks you to color sections of the chart and you don't have crayons, just write the name of the color in the section of the circle where it belongs. Ready?

• If the circle chart in Chart #2 confused you because it talked about fractions, just take a look in your Math textbook at page 232.

Now you can go to page 233 in your textbook to begin working on the questions.
Question number 1 we will do together:
1. How many marbles are on Anne's bag?
►Look at the pie chart labeled 'Anne's Marbles.'
►Notice that each colored section of the circle chart has a number assigned to it. (The larger the number, the larger the section of the circle.)
►If all of those sections added together make up the whole bag of marbles, what can we do to figure out the total number of marbles?
►YES! Add them together.
We can write a math sentence that will describe what we are seeing:
12 + 9 + 9 + 2 + 4 = ________

Answer: 36 Marbles.

GREAT! Now you can finish answering questions 2 through 9.

PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR WORK :)