1. is classified into six types
2. A has the proportion, which accounts for * %
which makes up/ constitutes *%
3. A has the largest proportion, which accounts for *%;
4. B has the smallest percentage, at *%.
5. then next is C * %, followed by D* %;
and finally come E, F and G at *%, *% and *% respectively.
it is also interesting to note that A is * times as much as that of B.
This chart shows the information of a survey of the meat sale in s supermarket.
This is a pie chart that shows the proportion of the meat sold in a supermarket. The total meat sold in supermarket is classified into six types as follows: chicken, pork, beef, lamb, fish and others.
Overall, chicken has the largest proportion, which accounts for 40%; while others has the smallest percentage, at 2%.
As can be seen in the pie chart, chicken, which makes up 40%, is the most popular among the total meat sold, then next is pork with 20%, followed by beef, constituting 18%; and finally come lamb, fish and others at 15%, 5% and 2% respectively. It should be noted that the sale of pork is half as much as that of chicken. And it is also interesting to note that the sale of chicken is 20 times as much as that of others.
It can be concluded from the pie chart that chicken is the most commonly bought meat while others is the least commonly bought meat.