## What are the three elements in a pie chart?

**Perfecting Pie Charts**

- The Title. The title offers a short explanation of what is in your graph. …
- The Legend. The legend tells what each slice represents. …
- The Source. The source explains where you found the information that is in your graph. …
- The Data.

## How do you customize a pie chart?

**Customize a pie chart**

- On your computer, open a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.
- Double-click the chart you want to change.
- At the right, click Customize.
- Choose an option: Chart style: Change how the chart looks. Pie chart: Add a slice label, doughnut hole, or change border color.

## How do you explode a pie chart in Illustrator?

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*And you can choose pie graph. And when you do that it just gives you a cursor. And I usually just draw a box holding shift and then it will give you this excel sheet looking document.*

## How do you explode a pie chart in Excel?

In Excel, you can **drag the pie slices outward** to explode all of the slices away from each other.**Exploding a Single Pie Slice**

- Click your pie chart to select it.
- To select a pie slice, click it once.
- Click and drag the selected slice outward. The selected slice appears exploded.

## What are the key element of a pie chart?

A pie chart is a circular chart divided into **wedge-like sectors, illustrating proportion**. Each wedge represents a proportionate part of the whole, and the total value of the pie is always 100 percent.

## How do you present data for a pie chart?

**Good practices for making pie charts:**

- Title the chart.
- Use labels to denote categories.
- If ratios are unclear, label sectors with the percentages they represent.
- Use different colors for each sector. …
- Use accurate sizing when making sectors.

## How do you solve pie charts?

Reading Pie Charts

To calculate the percentage each slice is worth, **measure the angle of each slice and divide this by 360 then multiply it by 100** . To find the number of pieces of data each slice represents, multiply the percentage that each slice is worth by the total number of the data sets.