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If the following costs are incurred on sales of £18,500: Staff Wages - £3,367, Management Salary - £2,250. What are the following percentages? (To 1 decimal place) a) Staff Costs 17.8% 19.6% 18.2% 30.4% 12.2%

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If the following costs are incurred on sales of £18,500: Staff Wages - £3,367, Management Salary - £2,250. what is the percentage of staff costs?

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SOURCE: If the following costs are

staffwages= 2250
managementwages = 3367
sales = 18500

percentage1 = round(100*staffwages/sales,1)
percentage2 = round(100*managementwages/sales,1)

print, percentage1, percentage2

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If the following costs are incurred on sales of £18,500: Staff Wages - £3367 Management Salary - £2250 What are the following percentages? (To 1 decimal place)

staffwages= 2250
managementwages = 3367
sales = 18500

percentage1 = round(100*staffwages/sales,1)
percentage2 = round(100*managementwages/sales,1)

print, percentage1, percentage2

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