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Question

In an effort to determine where the company can cut spending, Larry creates a pie chart to show how the company spends money on non-required items. Out of the $1,000 spent here, $800 was on parties, $120 on office décor, and $80 on extra snacks. What could Larry determine by looking at the pie chart?

A. He could determine that the company could save the most money by cutting back on snacks spending.
B. He could determine that the company could save the most money by cutting back on office décor spending.
C. He could determine that the company could save the most money by spending $100 less in all areas.
D. He could determine that the company could save the most money by cutting back on party spending.

2 Answer

  • It seems like the answer would be D considering the fact the parties take up a great portion of the $1,000. Hope this helps!
  • A circular chart is how a pie chart provides a brief overview of the proportions of each category, and further discussion can be defined as follows:

    • Larry makes a pie chart to show how the company spends money on non-essential things in an attempt to determine where the business can minimize spending.
    • $800 was spent on events, $120 on office decor, and $80 on extra refreshments out of the $1,000 spent here.
    • Using a pie chart, Larry determined that cutting back on party expenditures will save the most value for the business.

    Therefore, the final answer is "Option D".

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