4.5 Accounting 211 - Accounting 211 Monday April 5th 1999...

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Accounting 211 Monday, April 5th, 1999 Announcements: none Lecture notes: Chapter 19 Homework Questions 5. Extra machinery and equipment kept on standby. 6. The average annual level of operating capacity needed to meet expected sales demand. 7. The span in which a company expects to operate. 9. The more you produce, the less it costs to produce each item. 14. Because they have other expenses that need to be accounted for. 25. They all have managers in charge, but they work towards different goals or costs
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Unformatted text preview: that are incurred by that specific center. Short Exercises 5. 4000x = 320,000 + 12,000 + 20,000 X = $88 6. 8.5x = 4.3x + 3780 X = 900 units 7. BE = 5,500 / (11 - 6) = 1,100 8. S = FC + VC + P 48 x 300 = 4,000 + (18 x 300) + P P = 5,000 Exercises 5. 1 ) B E = ( 1 2 6, 5 0 + 8 2, 3 ) / [ 1 3. 4 - ( 4. 6 5 + 2. 7 5 )] = 3 4, 7 5 5 2 )...
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  • Spring '99
  • Johnston
  • Accounting, average annual level, expected sales demand, Extra machinery

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