How does information on a circle graph represented?
Each segment of the circle graph represent a part of the whole.
It is the radial speed. That is, the speed of the object in the direction towards or away from the origin. A distance time graph contains no information about transverse speed. For example, if the object is going around the origin in a circle, the distance time graph will show it as being stationary!
It's a circle that kind of looks like a pizza cut into pieces. Usually, the pieces are labeled as something (usually you compare things with a circle graph) and normally have percents along with the label. I'm sorry, I explained it the best way I could. If you have any questions, please e-mail me. To learn more about a circle graph; Also known as pie graph, check this out! http://www.fedstats.gov/kids/mapstats/sconcepts_pie.html < Copy and paste into…