Solving this pie-chart

Hi could anyone please guide me on how I would go about calculating the percentage of a specific sector from this Pi-chart. I think I am suppose to use data from the bar chart and apply it to the pie-chart but I don't really know how.

The question is

According to the data provided, in 2005 the total expenditure (outgoings) on Advertising and Sales and Distribution was closest to which of the following amounts a)50,000,000 b)35,000,000 c)30,000,000 d)$5,000,000 e)3,000,000 Ans is a - Measure the angle of the ad sector, divide by$2\pi$and multiply by \$165 millions ... – draks ... Jul 28 '12 at 11:27
Measure it - How ? – MistyD Jul 28 '12 at 11:32
Print it and use a triangle... – draks ... Jul 28 '12 at 11:34
I am sure we are not allowed to use protractors or triangles. Cant it be solved without Ds or triangles ? – MistyD Jul 28 '12 at 11:45
Meaure the arc length of the sector and the total circumference, divide and multiply... – draks ... Jul 28 '12 at 12:18

Ignore the bar graph. Looking at the relevant sections of the pie chart, estimate their area as a fraction of the whole. I would estimate it at about $1/3$ of the total area, but in any case it is certainly more than $1/4$ and less than $1/2$. Now look at the possible answers as fractions of the total $165$ million. Only one falls within the required range.