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Carmensita

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Comparing actual performance to previously budgeted amounts is part of the ________.

A) controlling function of managerial accounting
B) planning function of managerial accounting
C) reporting function of managerial accounting
D) organizing function of managerial accounting

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Kristan

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A

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Mandy

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