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The per-person indoor water use in the typical single family home is about 70 gallons per day. Complete the following table. Then draw a circle graph for the data. (TABLE CANNOT COPY).

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17%, 22%, 1%, 27%,2%,14%,15%,2%

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We're going to start by completing the chart here, and I noticed that there are eight sections, so I just label my work here. Sections one through eight. They correspond. We're starting with showers now to find our percent of total daily usage, we're taking our amount, dividing it by the base and multiplying that by 100. So for showers, theater mount is 11.9 to divide that by 70 we get 700.17 multiplied by 100 gives us 17% for the clothes washer. The amount is 15.4. Once we divide by 70 and multiplied by 100 we're going to get 22%. The dishwasher is 0.7. Once we divide and multiply, you find that is 1%. The toilets are 18.9. Once we divide and multiply, we get 27%. The next one here baths is 1.4. Divide and multiply. We find that is 2%. Our next amount is 9.8. Divide and multiply. We get 14% faucets. We have a 10.5 is our amount. Divide by 70 and multiply. We find that it's 15% and then other is 1.4, which we already did the work for, and we know that that is 2%. The next thing we're going to do is take all of this information and put it into a circle graph, making sure each section is represented equally so you can see this is what our final pie chart or circle graph is going toe look like. Each section is created from each one of these little 1% sections, so we know that they are truly representing the amounts out of that base, which was average of 70 gallons. Don't forget to label the percentages next to your circle graphs. That way, it's easy and clear to read.

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