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Pie charts can sometimes be confusing.
In writing task 1, it is important to report accurate information. In fact, the score for task achievement is strongly influenced by the accuracy of the data you report.
Therefore, it is very important to understand pie charts very clearly.
The good news is that all pie charts are not confusing. For example, in the diagram above, it is clear that the person has eaten about 25% of the pie.... ( and it looks pretty tasty, too!)
Let's look at one example of a pie chart that sometimes causes confusion.