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Blackboard Learn[10/11/2011 11:50:53 PM]My CourseSitessas457ResourcesFMGT123CourseSites: Dirk StrombergC R E A T E C O U R S EH E L PL O G O U TS H A R E|FinanceTests, Surveys, and PoolsTestsTest Canvas : C1Edit Mode is:Choose a theme:Open SourceONDeletePoints UpdateHide Question DetailsSelect: All None Select by Type:- Question Type -FinanceHomepageInformationContentResourcesDiscussionsGroupsLive ClassroomToolsHelpControl PanelContent CollectionFMGT123All Courses ContentAll Organizations ContentCourse ToolsAnnouncementsBlackboard Scholar®BlogsContactsCourse CalendarCourseSites LiveDiscussion BoardGlossaryJournalsMessagesRespondus LockDownBrowserRubricsSafeAssignSelf and Peer AssessmentSend EmailSoftChalk - SynchronizeCopied ContentSoftChalk Publish withScoreCenterTasksTests, Surveys, and PoolsText NotificationsWikisEvaluationGrade CenterUsers and GroupsCustomizationPackages and UtilitiesSuccess: 115 questions added as a copy.Test Canvas: C1The Test Canvas allows instructors to add and edit questions, add Question Sets or Random Blocks,reorder questions, and review the test before deploying it to users. More HelpDescriptionInstructionsTotal Questions115Total Points1,1501. Essay: Explain the relationship betweenthe ... 2. Essay: What are the two major subsystemsof ... QuestionWhat are the two major subsystems of the Cost Management System andwhy are they important?AnswerA cost management system consists of two major sub-systems: a costaccounting system and an operational control system. The cost accountingsystem is designed to assign costs to individual products or services. Acost accounting system must assign costs in order to value inventory anddetermine the cost of goods sold.Question SettingsCreate Question