How to find Central angle of the part of a pie chart?

Finding the central angle of the part of a pie chart :

The pie chart is a circular graph that is used to represent data. In this :

•  Various observations of the data are represented by the sectors of the circle.
•  The total angle formed at the center is 360°.
•  The whole circle represents the sum of the values of all the components.
•  The angle at the center corresponding to the particular observation component is given by

$\frac{Value of the component}{total value} \times 100$

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