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It's quite easy find 1% of a number. You need only move the decimal point, 2 spaces to the LEFT For example: 1% of 613.89 = 6.1389 1% of 1234.56 = 12.3456 1% of 30000 = 300 etc

------------NOW BACK TO THE QUESTION!------------

Fundraising represents 4% of the pie chart

So, 4% of the $7,200,000 budget is from fundraising

So, what is 4% of $7,200,000?

Well, 1% of $7,200,000 = $72,000 So, 2% of $7,200,000 = $144,000 And 4% of $7,200,000 = $288,000

Answer: 280,000

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