• 3 Pages chapter 6 quiz most missed
    Chapter 6 Quiz Most Missed

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    Chapter 6 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions Note- Questions for the quiz are selected from a bank of questions which means that some of the questions below may be similar, but not exactly the same as questions on your quiz. Correct Answers are in Bold 1) Wit

  • 2 Pages Chapter 8 Quiz Most Missed Questions
    Chapter 8 Quiz Most Missed Questions

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    Chapter 8 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions Correct answers and calculations are in bold. 1) When making product mix decisions, companies are most profitable when they maximize production of the product with the greatest sales demand. a) True b) False (maxim

  • 9 Pages Chapter 1
    Chapter 1

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Exercise 1-1 The Roles of Managers and Management Accountants [LO1, LO2] Choose the term or terms that most appropriately complete the following statements. 1. Managerial accounting (7%) is concerned with providing information for the use of those wh

  • 7 Pages Chapter 8
    Chapter 8

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    Question 1: (1 point) Exercise 8-1 ABC Cost Hierarchy [LO1] Classify each of the activities as either a unit-level, batch-level, product-level, or organization sustaining activity. Product-level a. Various individuals manage the parts inventories b

  • 14 Pages Chapter 2
    Chapter 2

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Exercise 2-1 Classifying Manufacturing Costs [LO1] Your Boat, Inc., assembles custom sailboats from components supplied by various manufacturers. The company is very small and its assembly shop and retail sales store are housed in a Gig Harbor, Washi

  • 9 Pages Chapter 3
    Chapter 3

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    Exercise 3-1 Process Costing and Job-Order Costing [LO1] Which would be more appropriate in each of the following situations-job-order costing or process costing? a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. A custom yacht builder. A golf course designer. A

  • 10 Pages Chapter 13
    Chapter 13

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    Question 1: (2 points) Exercise 13-2 Dropping or Retaining a Segment [LO2] Jackson County Senior Services is a nonprofit organization devoted to providing essential services to seniors who live in their own homes within the Jackson County area. Thre

  • 6 Pages Chapter 14
    Chapter 14

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    Question 1: (2 points) Exercise 14-1 Net Present Value Method [LO1] The management of Opry Company, a wholesale distributor of suntan products, is considering the purchase of a $25,000 machine that would reduce operating costs in its warehouse by $4

  • 13 Pages Chapter 6
    Chapter 6

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    Question 1: (1 point) Exercise 6-3 Computing and Using the CM Ratio [LO3] Last month when Harrison Creations, Inc., sold 40,000 units, total sales were $300,000, total variable expenses were $240,000, and total fixed expenses were $45,000. Requireme

  • 11 Pages Chapter 9
    Chapter 9

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    Question 1: (1 point) Exercise 9-1 Schedule of Expected Cash Collections [LO2] Peak sales for Midwest Products, a wholesale distributor of leaf rakes, occur in August. The company's sales budget for the third quarter showing these peak sales is give

  • 12 Pages Chapter 5
    Chapter 5

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    Question 1: Exercise 5-1 Fixed and Variable Cost Behavior [LO1] Koffee Express operates a number of espresso coffee stands in busy suburban malls. The fixed weekly expense of a coffee stand is $1,100 and the variable cost per cup of coffee served is

  • 1 Page Prac 9
    Prac 9

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    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    The cash budget is developed from the budgeted income statement FALSE The usual starting point is to FALSE Budgets are used for planning rather than for control of operations FALSE A self-imposed budget can be a very effective control device in an organiz

  • 2 Pages final hw
    Final Hw

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    Cresol Corporation has a large number of potential investment opportunities that are acceptable. However, Cresol does not have enough investment funds to invest in all of them. Which calculation would be the best one for Cresol to use to determine which p

  • 5 Pages Chapter 8 - Handout - Sunset Airlines - solution
    Chapter 8 - Handout - Sunset Airlines - Solution

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    Chapter 8 - Handout - Solution Sunset Airlines Special Order Pricing S. Smith The accounting department of Sunset Airlines has determined the following cost information on flights from Dallas to San Diego: Cost of meals and drinks Cost of fuel Cost of cab

  • 5 Pages Chapter 7 - handout - CVP problems - solutions
    Chapter 7 - Handout - CVP Problems - Solutions

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    Chapter 7 - Handout - Solutions Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships S. Smith Example #1 ABC Company had the following costs and revenues for the year: (assume they only sell one product) Total Sales or Revenue Total Fixed Costs Total Variable Costs Total Uni

  • 3 Pages Ch6
    Ch6

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    ACG 2071 - Chapter 6 Cost-Volume-Profit Relationships S. Smith Cost Equation: Total Costs = Total Variable Costs + Total Fixed Costs Total Costs = (Variable Costs Per Unit times Volume) + Total Fixed Costs Profit / Loss Equation: Sales Total Costs = Profi

  • 2 Pages Chapter 7 notes
    Chapter 7 Notes

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    ACG 2071 - Chapter 7 Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis S. Smith Cost Equation: Total Costs = Total Variable Costs + Total Fixed Costs Total Costs = (Variable Costs Per Unit times Volume) + Total Fixed Costs Profit / Loss Equation: Sales Total Costs = Operating

  • 3 Pages Chapter 1 handout - ethics - solution
    Chapter 1 Handout - Ethics - Solution

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    Chapter 1 Handout Ethical Behavior S. Smith Full Range, Inc. produces complex printed circuits for stereo amplifiers. The circuits are sold primarily to major component manufacturers. A common product defect that occurs in production is a drift that is ca

  • 10 Pages Chapter 3 Handout - Cost Flows - solution
    Chapter 3 Handout - Cost Flows - Solution

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    Chapter 3 - Handout Cost flows in Manufacturing Business S. Smith ABC, Inc. started business on Jan 1, 2011. The following events took place during the year 2011: Purchased raw materials $100,000 Incurred direct labor costs $60,000 Incurred indirect labor

  • 11 Pages Chapter 4 handout - abc - solution
    Chapter 4 Handout - Abc - Solution

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    Chapter4handout 1. TraditionalcostingAdministrative (Overhead)Costsallocatedbasedon billablehours Overheadrate= $381,760/6,000= $63.63perbillablehour 1 Chapter4handout 1. ProfitperdepartmentTraditional ECommerceConsultingProfit Revenue(140x2,400) $336,000

  • 3 Pages Chapter 6 - handout 2 - contribution format - solution
    Chapter 6 - Handout 2 - Contribution Format - Solution

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    Chapter 6 Handout #2 Contribution Format Income Statement - Solution S. Smith Marwick Pianos, Inc. purchases its pianos from a large manufacturer and then sells them at the retail level. The pianos cost $2,450 each from the manufacturer and Marwicks price

  • 1 Page Chapter 6 - handout 1 - cost behavior - solution
    Chapter 6 - Handout 1 - Cost Behavior - Solution

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    Chapter 6 Handout #1 - Solution S. Smith Cost Behavior Information for three costs incurred at ABC manufacturing in the first quarter follows: Month Amount Units Produced Cost Per unit Depreciation January February March $500,000 $500,000 $500,000 3,000 4

  • 2 Pages 3 review
    3 Review

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    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    ACG 2071 Spring 2010 Test #3 Review Sheet (chapters 11 thru 14, Appendix A) Chapter 11 (11-7, 8) Control Function evaluates performance of company (e.g. are the goals of the company being met?) Variance Analysis compare actual results with budget Manageme

  • 4 Pages acg 2071 final just questions
    Acg 2071 Final Just Questions

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    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    ACG 2071 - Review Questions Test 3 - Solutions Spring 2010 Chapter 11 1.CincinnatiCompanyemploysastandardcostsysteminwhichdirectmaterialsinventoryiscarriedat standardcost.Thecompanyhasestablishedthefollowingstandardforthematerialcostsofoneunitof product:

  • 2 Pages ch 11
    Ch 11

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    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    In standard costing, practical standards can be used to forecast cash flows and to plan inventory, as well as to signal abnormal deviations in costs. TRUE The standard direct labor rate should not include fringe benefits. FALSE In standard costing, the st

  • 2 Pages Budgeting
    Budgeting

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    BudgetingQuizReview 1. Aformalwrittenstatementofmanagement'splansforthefuture,expressedinfinancialterms,iscalledabudget. Question1options: 1) True 2) False 2. Budgetsarenormallyusedonlybyprofitmakingbusinesses. Question2options: 1) True 2) False 3. Theobj

  • 2 Pages ch 7 and 8 quiz
    Ch 7 And 8 Quiz

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    QuizAnswers: 1. Standardcostsserveasadeviceformeasuringefficiency. Question1options: 1) True 2) False 2. Standardcostsshouldalwaysberevisedwhentheydifferfromactualcosts. Question2options: 1) True 2) False 3. Afavorablecostvarianceoccurswhenactualcostisles

  • 2 Pages ch 9 quiz
    Ch 9 Quiz

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    Chapter9QuizReview 1. Differentialrevenueistheamountofincomethatwouldresultfromthebest availablealternativeproposeduseofcash. Question1options: 1) True 2) False 2. IfthetotalunitcostofmanufacturingProductYiscurrently$36andthetotalunit costaftermodifying

  • 2 Pages Chapter 13 Graded Quiz
    Chapter 13 Graded Quiz

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    Chapter13QuizReview 1. Issuingabondresultsinacashflowfrominvestingactivities. False 2. TheStatementofCashFlowsisnotafinancialstatement;itisasupplemental schedule. False 3. Depreciationexpenseissubtractedfromnetincometodeterminecashflows fromoperatingact

  • 2 Pages Chapter 13 Quiz Answers
    Chapter 13 Quiz Answers

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Chapter 13 Quiz Answers- Managerial Accounting The statement of cash flows cash flows from investing activities 1) 2) On the statement of cash flows, the cash flows from operating activities section would include cash payments for salaries 3) Cash receive

  • 3 Pages Chapter 14 Quiz
    Chapter 14 Quiz

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    Chapter 14 Accounting Quiz 1. Inacommonsizefinancialstatement,whichofthefollowingisgivena percentageof100percent? Question1options: Netincome Netsales Totalliabilities Property,PlantandEquipment 2. Inhorizontalanalysiseachitemisexpressedasapercentageofth

  • 2 Pages Chapter 14 Quiz answers
    Chapter 14 Quiz Answers

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    Chapter14QuizManagerialAccounting 1. Ananalysisinwhichallthecomponentsofabalancesheetareexpressedasa percentageoftotalassetsiscalled verticalanalysis 2. Thenumberoftimesinterestchargesareearnediscomputedas incomebeforeincometaxplusinterestcharges,divided

  • 2 Pages cost quiz
    Cost Quiz

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    Cost Quiz 1. The fixed cost per unit varies with changes in the level of activity. Question 1 options: 1) True 2) False 2. A production supervisor's salary that does not vary with the number of units produced is an example of a fixed cost. Question 2 opti

  • 6 Pages Exam 4 review
    Exam 4 Review

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    1. Whichofthefollowingconditionsnormallywould notindicatethatstandardcosts shouldberevised? Question1options: 1) Theworldpriceofrawmaterialsincreased. 2) Actualcostsdifferedfromstandardcostsfortheprecedingweek. 3) Theengineeringdepartmenthasrevisedproduct

  • 14 Pages hw portfolio 2011
    Hw Portfolio 2011

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Question #1 S tate me nt of Cash Flows (Indire ct M e thod) For the Ye ar Ende d De ce mbe r 31, 2008 Cash Flows from Ope rating Activitie s C ash F l o w F r o m O p er ati n g Ac ti vi tes: Net Income Adjustments to Reconcile Net Income to Net Cash Flow

  • 2 Pages preview quizzes ch1
    Preview Quizzes Ch1

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Preview quizzes Chapter 1 Accounting 1. Managerial accounting information uses historical and estimated data 2. Which of the following is one of the five phases in the management process? Decision Making 3. The managerial process that runs the day-to-day

  • 3 Pages test ch 4 B acg2071
    Test Ch 4 B Acg2071

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    1. The work of John Wennberg and other brought to the fore a disturbing aspect of physician behavior, County for wide variations of treatment patterns for similar patients Summit Corp is considering the purchase of a new piece of equipment. The cost savin

  • 1 Page ch 12
    Ch 12

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    All other things the same, if a division's traceable fixed expenses decrease the division's segment margin will increase. TRUE The Legal Department of an organization is not considered a responsibility center because it does not generate revenue. FALSE Re

  • 7 Pages Chapter 9 - Handout  -  solution
    Chapter 9 - Handout - Solution

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    1.NumberofUnitsSoldin December Note:40%ofsalescollectedinmonthofsale,60% collectedinfollowingmonth Therefore:60%ofDecemberSalescollectedin January 60%xDecemberSales=$108,000 DecemberSales=$108,000/60%=$180,000 Tocalculateunitssold:TotalSales/Price $180,00

  • 1 Page Chapter 10 Handout - flexible budget - solution
    Chapter 10 Handout - Flexible Budget - Solution

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    Chapter 10 handout - Flexible Budget Problem - Solution 1. A significant reason for the variances is likely due to the fact that the budget was prepared for a higher volume level (35,000 miles) and what the actual results came in at (32,000 miles). Theref

  • 3 Pages ACG 2071 Ch10 practice
    ACG 2071 Ch10 Practice

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    ACG 2071 Ch10 Quiz Corrections005

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    ACG 2071 Ch11 Quiz Corrections006

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  • 2 Pages ACG 2071 Exam 1 sample questions008
    ACG 2071 Exam 1 Sample Questions008

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  • 2 Pages ACG 2071 Exam 1 study guide007
    ACG 2071 Exam 1 Study Guide007

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    ACG 2071 Exam 4 Sample Questions010

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    ACG 2071 Exam 4 Study Guide009

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  • 2 Pages ACG 2071 Test 3 Review
    ACG 2071 Test 3 Review

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

  • 1 Page man1
    Man1

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    Plantwide: use one rate, may result in cost distortion for comp making multiple products/servicesDepartmental:1. Diff dept. incur diff amts/types of MOH 2.Diff jobs/products use dept. to diff extent. ABC: cost based on activity. Unit(inspect&package,DL, D

  • 2 Pages manfinal
    Manfinal

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    ssy Chapter 10 (10-11, 23, 24, 30, transfer pricing case) Decentralization pushing down management decisions to lower management levels. Responsibility Accountingmanagers should be measured based on information and activities they have control over. Cost

  • 1 Page managerial final
    Managerial Final

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Fixed overhead variances are budget and volume, Production volume variance F when Actual output>actual input. Payback period-length of time for investment to recoup its own initial cost out of the cash receipts it generates. Ignores time value of money. Q

  • 1 Page managerialfinal2
    Managerialfinal2

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Decentralization-push down management decisions to lower levels. Adv.: Free top man. Time, improve customer relations, increase expert knowledge, and provide training, motivation/retention. Disadv: dup of costs, goal congruence. Performance Evaluation sys

  • 7 Pages ACG 2071 Ch9 Practice
    ACG 2071 Ch9 Practice

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  • 3 Pages ACG 2071 Ch8 Quiz corrections003
    ACG 2071 Ch8 Quiz Corrections003

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

  • 1 Page MAC 1140 1-16-12
    MAC 1140 1-16-12

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    John Rojas 1/15/12 MAC 1140 Carlson HW01Ch4,Ch5MAC1140Spring2012 th January15 A(t) = A0(e^(kt) where k is a constant A(0.72) = A(e^(kt) 0.72 = e^(kt) 0.72 = e^(k*5600) Ln(0.72) = k(5600) [(Ln(0.72) / 5600] = k (1/2) = e^cfw_[(Ln(0.72)/(5600)]*t Ln(1/2) =

  • 1 Page chapter 1 quiz most missed
    Chapter 1 Quiz Most Missed

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    Chapter 1 Quiz most frequently missed with correct answer in bold and underlined. 1. Traditional management accounting practices began as a way to fill the needs of the service industry. a. True b. False 2. In the class handout for chapter 1, the controll

  • 1 Page chapter 2 quiz most missed
    Chapter 2 Quiz Most Missed

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    Chapter 2 Quiz most frequently missed with correct answer in bold and underlined. 1. A particular direct cost, such as direct labor, can only be associated with one cost object. a. True b. False 2. Variable costs per unit are $4 when a company produces 10

  • 2 Pages chapter 3 quiz most missed
    Chapter 3 Quiz Most Missed

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    Chapter 3 Quiz most frequently missed with correct answer in bold and underlined. 1. The amount of overapplied or underapplied overhead is found by taking the difference between the amount of overhead applied during the year and the amount of overhead est

  • 2 Pages Chapter 4 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions
    Chapter 4 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions

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    Chapter 4 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions 1) If a company were to increase its appraisal costs by inspecting more units as the units are completed, the companys internal failure costs: a) could not be predicted b) would usually decrease c) would usually in

  • 1 Page Chapter 9 quiz most missed
    Chapter 9 Quiz Most Missed

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    Chapter 9 Most Missed 1.Tucker Company manufactures dog beds. The following selected data relates to Tucker Companys budgeted sales and inventory levels of the dog beds for the upcoming quarter: October expected unit sales 2,000 November expected unit sal

  • 1 Page Chapter 10 quiz most missed
    Chapter 10 Quiz Most Missed

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    Most Missed Quiz 10 Questions: 1. The human resources department for car dealership is likely to be classified as a cost center. True- Correct Answer 2. If a company has a positive (greater than zero) ROI, it must also have a positive (greater than zero)

  • 1 Page Chapter 11 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions
    Chapter 11 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions

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    Chapter 11 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions Correct answers and calculations are in bold. 1) A favorable direct material price variance would indicate that a company used less material than planned. a) True b) False 2) Mitchell, Inc. review of the year-end

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    Chapter 12 Quiz Most Missed

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    Chapter 12 Quiz Commonly Missed Questions Answers and calculations are marked in bold 1) When selecting a capital investment project from three alternatives, the project with the highest net present value should always be preferable. a) True b) False 2) I

  • 5 Pages acg 2071
    Acg 2071

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    PRINCIPLES OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING ACG2071 Fall 2013 3.0 Credit Hours CRN 15163 ONLINE ONLY via Blackboard West Campus PROFESSOR: JOHN N. RALLIS II, CPA Phone: 407-812-8490 (Hours: M-F, 9 am 5 pm) Website: http:/frontdoor.valenciacollege.edu/?jrallis Ema

  • 12 Pages chapter1.try3quiz
    Chapter1.try3quiz

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    Course: Financial Accounting

    User Course Test Started Submitted Status Attempt Score Time Elapsed Instructions Diana Alegi 201410 Prin of Managerial Accounting ACG-2071-15163 Chapter 01: Quiz 9/8/13 10:33 PM 9/8/13 10:48 PM Completed 23 out of 25 points 15 minutes. Question 1 1 out o

  • 5 Pages acg ch9 quiz
    Acg Ch9 Quiz

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    Question 1 The budgeted cash collections from credit customers generally only reflects sales made in the current month. A. true B. false Question 2 Merchandising companies prepare a direct materials budget. A. true B. false Question 3 Budgets provide benc

  • 4 Pages managerial
    Managerial

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    06:12 I. Decentralization A. Split operations into different operating sements A.1. Geographic area A.2. Product line A.3. Distribution channel ( retail vs online) A.4. Customer base A.5. Business function B. Advantages B.1. Free top managements time B.2.

  • 3 Pages Exam2 - Study Guide
    Exam2 - Study Guide

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    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    Change in Fixed Costs and Sales Volume Change in Variable Costs and Sales Volume Change in Fixed Cost, Sales Price and Volume Change in Variable Cost, Fixed Cost, and Sales Volume Change in Selling Price Estimate Profits: # of units sold above break-even

  • 9 Pages Chapter 12
    Chapter 12

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    Question 1: (1 point) Exercise 12-2 Compute the Return on Investment (ROI) [LO2] Tundra Services Company , a division of a major oil company, provides various services to the operators of the North Slope oil field in Alaska. Data concerning the most

  • 75 Pages Chapter14 E7
    Chapter14 E7

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    CHAPTER 14 Decision Making: Relevant Costs and Benefits ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 14-1 The six steps in the decision-making process are as follows: Clarify the decision Specify the criterion Identify the alternatives Develop a decision model C

  • 52 Pages Chapter15 E7
    Chapter15 E7

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    CHAPTER 15 Target Costing and Cost Analysis for Pricing Decisions ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 15-1 In the long run, every organization must price its product or service above the total cost of production. While the market for the product also is crit

  • 73 Pages Chapter16 E7
    Chapter16 E7

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    CHAPTER 16 Capital Expenditure Decisions ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 16-1 Time is money is an apt phrase for the evaluation of capital investment projects. A cash flow today is not economically equivalent to a cash flow in the future. Since cash rece

  • 2 Pages Chapter 14 notes
    Chapter 14 Notes

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    ACG 2071 - Chapter 14 Financial Statement Analysis S. Smith Horizontal Analysis: A comparison of a companys performance for different periods of time. For example, an evaluation of the change in sales, both on a dollar and percentage basis, from one year

  • 13 Pages Chapter 10 power point notes Braun2e
    Chapter 10 Power Point Notes Braun2e

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    ChapterTen FlexibleBudgetsandStandard Costs ACG2071Spring2011 1 Staticvs.FlexibleBudgets StaticBudgetsarebudgetspreparedforone plannedlevelofactivityandsalesvolume.Oncea staticbudgetisprepareditdoesnotchange. FlexibleBudgetsarebudgetsthatareadjustedfor di

  • 16 Pages Chapter 12 power point notes Braun2e
    Chapter 12 Power Point Notes Braun2e

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    ChapterTwelve CapitalInvestment DecisionsandtheTime ValueofMoney ACG2071Spring2011 1 WhatisCapitalBudgeting Planningandanalyticaltechniques utilizedbymanagersindetermining whethertopurchasecapitalassets orotherlongtermcompany investments. ACG2071Spring201

  • 12 Pages Chapter 11 power point notes Braun2e (1)
    Chapter 11 Power Point Notes Braun2e (1)

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    ChapterEleven PerformanceEvaluationandthe BalancedScorecard . ACG2071Fall2010 1 DecentralizationinOrganizations Mostorganizationshavesomelevelof decentralizationintheorganizationalstructure. Decentralizationreferstothespreadingoutof decisionmakingresponsi

  • 8 Pages Test 3 spring 2011 sample questions with correct answers
    Test 3 Spring 2011 Sample Questions With Correct Answers

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    ACG 2071 - Review Questions with solutions Test 3 Spring 2011 1.GregsBaseballCaps,Inc.hasthefollowingbudgetfortheproductionandsaleof1,000baseballcaps during2004: SalesRevenue CostofGoodsSold(variable) OtherExpenses(fixed) $8,500 5,000 2,500 Assumeonly900

  • 6 Pages Test 3 spring 2011 sample questions
    Test 3 Spring 2011 Sample Questions

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    ACG 2071 - Review Questions Test 3 Spring 2011 1.GregsBaseballCaps,Inc.hasthefollowingbudgetfortheproductionandsaleof1,000baseballcaps during2004: SalesRevenue CostofGoodsSold(variable) OtherExpenses(fixed) $8,500 5,000 2,500 Assumeonly900capsaresoldandG

  • 2 Pages Test 3 review Spring 2011
    Test 3 Review Spring 2011

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    ACG 2071 Spring 2011 Test #3 Review Sheet (chapters 10, 11, 12, 14) Test Dates: Tuesday April 26 - Thursday April 28 (you are strongly encouraged to take the test no later than 6:00 pm Thursday. There are a large number of exams closing on Thursday evenin

  • 8 Pages Test 2 spring 2011 sample questions with correct answers
    Test 2 Spring 2011 Sample Questions With Correct Answers

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    Test 2- Spring 2011 Sample questions with solutions: Chapter 6 1. Within the relevant range, as the number of units produced increases: A) variable costs increase in total. B) the variable cost per unit remains the same. C) fixed costs in total remain the

  • 6 Pages Test 2 spring 2011 sample questions
    Test 2 Spring 2011 Sample Questions

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    Test 2- Spring 2011 Sample questions: Chapter 6 1. Within the relevant range, as the number of units produced increases: A) variable costs increase in total. B) the variable cost per unit remains the same. C) fixed costs in total remain the same. D) all o

  • 68 Pages Chapter13 E7
    Chapter13 E7

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 13 Investment Centers and Transfer Pricing ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 13-1 The managerial accountant's primary objective in designing a responsibilityaccounting system is to provide incentives for the organization's subunit managers to striv

  • 65 Pages Chapter12 E7
    Chapter12 E7

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    CHAPTER 12 Responsibility Accounting and Total Quality Management ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 12-1 Goal congruence results when the managers of subunits throughout an organization strive to achieve objectives that are consistent with the goals set by

  • 99 Pages Chapter11 E7
    Chapter11 E7

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    CHAPTER 11 Flexible Budgeting and the Management of Overhead and Support Activity Costs ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 11-1 11-2 A static budget is based on only one level of activity. A flexible budget allows for several different levels of activity. T

  • 5 Pages Chapter 11
    Chapter 11

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    Question 1: (2 points) Exercise 11-1 Prepare a Flexible Budget [LO1] The cost formulas for Swan Company's manufacturing overhead costs are given below. The costs cover a range of 8,000 to 10,000 machine-hours. Overhead Costs Supplies Indirect labor U

  • 4 Pages Chapter 10
    Chapter 10

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    Question 1: (2 points) Exercise 10-2 Material Variances [LO2] Harmon Household Products, Inc., manufactures a number of consumer items for general household use. One of these products, a chopping board, requires an expensive hardwood. During a recen

  • 7 Pages Chapter 7
    Chapter 7

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    Question 1: (2 points) Exercise 7-5 Variable Costing Unit Product Cost and Income Statement; Break-Even [LO1, LO2] CompuDesk, Inc., makes an oak desk specially designed for personal computers. The desk sells for $200. Data for last year's operations

  • 20 Pages Chapter01 E7
    Chapter01 E7

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    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 1 The Changing Role of Managerial Accounting in a Dynamic Business Environment ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 1-1 The explosion in e-commerce will affect managerial accounting in significant ways. One effect will be a drastic reduction in paper

  • 55 Pages Chapter02 E7
    Chapter02 E7

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    CHAPTER 2 Basic Cost Management Concepts and Accounting for Mass Customization Operations ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 2-1 Product costs are costs that are associated with manufactured goods until the time period during which the products are sold, wh

  • 93 Pages Chapter03 E7
    Chapter03 E7

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    CHAPTER 3 Product Costing and Cost Accumulation in a Batch Production Environment ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 3-1 (a) Use in financial accounting: In financial accounting, product costs are needed to determine the value of inventory on the balance sh

  • 100 Pages Chapter05 E7
    Chapter05 E7

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    CHAPTER 5 Activity-Based Costing ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 5-1 In a traditional, volume-based product-costing system, only a single predetermined overhead rate is used. All manufacturing-overhead costs are combined into one cost pool, and they are

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    Chapter06 E7

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 6 Activity-Based Management and Cost Management Tools ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 6-1 The two-dimensional activity-based costing model provides one way of picturing the relationship between ABC and ABM. The vertical dimension of the model dep

  • 83 Pages Chapter07 E7
    Chapter07 E7

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 7 Activity Analysis, Cost Behavior, and Cost Estimation ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 7-1 Cost behavior patterns are important in the process of making cost predictions. Cost predictions are used in planning, control, and decision making. For e

  • 81 Pages Chapter08 E7
    Chapter08 E7

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 8 Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 8-1 a. In the contribution-margin approach, the break-even point in units is calculated using the following formula: Break-even point fixed expenses unit contributi on margin b. In

  • 88 Pages Chapter09 E7
    Chapter09 E7

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 9 Profit Planning, Activity-Based Budgeting, and e-Budgeting ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 9-1 A budget facilitates communication and coordination by making each manager throughout the organization aware of the plans made by other managers. The

  • 89 Pages Chapter10 E7
    Chapter10 E7

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    CHAPTER 10 Standard Costing and Performance Measures for Today's Manufacturing Environment ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS 10-1 Any control system has three basic parts: a predetermined or standard performance level, a measure of actual performance, and

  • 3 Pages Test 2 review Spring 2011
    Test 2 Review Spring 2011

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    ACG 2071 Spring 2011 Test #2 Review Sheet (chapters 6 thru 9) Note the information provided is intended to be a list of key topics potentially included on the test. More detailed knowledge of the topics listed, including the capability of working problems

  • 6 Pages Test 1 spring 2011 sample questions
    Test 1 Spring 2011 Sample Questions

    School: UCF

    Course: Managerial Accounting

    Test 1- Spring 2011 Sample questions: Chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4 1. Managerial accounting places less emphasis on precision and more emphasis on flexibility and relevance than financial accounting. A) TRUE B) FALSE 2. Which of the following is true of just-i

  • 4 Pages Ch2
    Ch2

    School: UCF

    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    2-1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Direct labor Selling costs Direct materials Manufacturing overhead Manufacturing overhead, administrative, and selling costs Administrative costs Selling costs Manufacturing overhead 2-4 Direct Materials: Beginning raw material

  • 3 Pages Ch3
    Ch3

    School: UCF

    Course: Principles Of Managerial Accounting

    3-1 a. Job-order costing b. Job-order costing c. Process costing d. Job-order costing e. Process costing f. Process costing g. Job-order costing h. Job-order costing i. Job-order costing j. Job-order costing k. Process costing l. Process costing 3-3 $586,

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