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We have to make a pie graph of a budget. The problem is the expenditure exceed the income. This is what the teacher wanted. My problem is how do you compose a pie graph when instead of 100% the expenditures are 131% OF THE INCOME. I know how to compute the angles and everything but thereare only 360 degrees in the circle. We have 92.7 degrees over.

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It is shown how to handle a pie graph that adds up to more than 100%

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