4. the circle graph shows how the annual bodget for

smithville community theater. if the total...

Mathematics, 03.12.2019 01:12 katieabby9525

# 4. the circle graph shows how the annual bodget for

smithville community theater. if the total annual

budget is $200,000, what amount is budgeted for

costumes and props?

smithville community theater

expenditures

20%

set

construction

25%

staff

salaries

20%

costumes

and props

15%

advertising

10% 10%

misc. physical

items

plant

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