Pie Chart Quiz: Who Went Where on Holiday?

In this worksheet, students understand a simple pie chart and answer questions on it.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Statistics

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Charts and Graphs

Difficulty level:

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet we will learn about pie charts.

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

When we add up all of the percentages, the entire pie is equal to 100%.

For Example

Question:
What fraction of the class stayed in the UK?

25/100 children stayed in the UK, or 1/4 of the class stayed in the UK.

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What percentage went to the USA?

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

Which destination was most popular?

Europe

UK

USA

Other

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

Where did 1/10 of the class visit on holiday?

Europe

UK

Africa

Other

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many stayed in the UK for holiday?

30

40

50

10

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many visited Africa on holiday?

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many visited Asia and the UK altogether?

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many visited Europe and the USA altogether?

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What percentage went to Africa and Asia altogether?

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What percentage went to Europe and the USA?

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What fraction of the children visited Asia, Other Countries and the UK?

• Question 1

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What percentage went to the USA?

18
EDDIE SAYS
Read the pie chart closely to see that 18% of the children went to the USA.
• Question 2

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

Which destination was most popular?

UK
EDDIE SAYS
Careful reading of the pie chart shows that the UK has the highest percentage, so that was the most popular holiday destination.
• Question 3

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

Where did 1/10 of the class visit on holiday?

Africa
EDDIE SAYS
10% = 10/100 = 1/10 1/10 of the class visited Africa.
• Question 4

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many stayed in the UK for holiday?

50
EDDIE SAYS
25%, or 1/4, of the children stayed in the UK for holiday. 1/4 of 200 = 200 divided by 4 = 50
• Question 5

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many visited Africa on holiday?

20
EDDIE SAYS
10%, or 1/10, of the class went to Africa. 1/10 of 200 = 200 divided by 10 = 20
• Question 6

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many visited Asia and the UK altogether?

60
EDDIE SAYS
25% + 5% = 30% of the children visited Asia and the UK. 30/100 = 3/10 3/10 of 200 = 200 divided by 10 = 20 x 3 = 60
• Question 7

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

If there are 200 children in the class, how many visited Europe and the USA altogether?

80
EDDIE SAYS
22% + 18% = 40% of the children visited Europe and the USA altogether. 40/100 = 2/5 2/5 of 200 = 200 divided by 5 = 40 x 2 = 80
• Question 8

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What percentage went to Africa and Asia altogether?

15
EDDIE SAYS
10% + 5% = 15 %
• Question 9

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What percentage went to Europe and the USA?

40
EDDIE SAYS
22% + 18% = 40%
• Question 10

This pie chart shows the holiday destinations of a class of children.

What fraction of the children visited Asia, Other Countries and the UK?

1/2
EDDIE SAYS
Remember that the pie chart totals 100. 5% + 20% + 25% = 50% 50/100 = 1/2
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