# 5.9.5. Representing Data Using the Pie Graphs

A farm has an area of 240 feddans planted with fruits, vegetables, flowers, and palm trees, where the parts are represented by the figure below. If the area planted with flowers equals the area planted with fruits, find the area of the land planted with fruits in feddans.

• A30 feddans
• B60 feddans
• C120 feddans
• D26 feddans

### Example

A farm has an area of 240 feddans planted with fruits, vegetables, flowers, and palm trees, where the parts are represented by the figure below. If the area planted with flowers equals the area planted with fruits, find the area of the land planted with fruits in feddans.

### Solution

The red and green sections of the pie graph are the only sections that are the same size, so we know that the red and green sections represent the area planted with flowers and the area planted with fruits.

By looking at the pie graph, we can see that the red section and the green section each represent of the pie graph.

To find the area of the land planted with fruit, multiply the total area of the farm by .

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