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ACCA 310 EXAM 2 PRACTICE PROBS MAKE OR BUY DECISIONS

ACCA 310 EXAM 2 PRACTICE PROBS MAKE OR BUY DECISIONS - 1...

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1 Cleveland Hotel has been offered a contract by a convention planner to reserve a block of 30 rooms for 365 nights at a reduced rate of $60 per night. Cleveland Hotel’s usual room rate is $120 per night. When a local sports team is in the playoffs, the rooms can sell for $150 per night. a. Compute the opportunity cost of accepting the contract on a usual night when 15 of the rooms would normally be occupied. b. Compute the opportunity cost of accepting the contract in a playoff night when all of the rooms would normally be occupied, assuming all the rooms would have been occupied. c. Using the usual room rate of $120, what percentage of rooms would have to be rented to make Cleveland Hotel indifferent about accepting the offer? 2. Kobe Company manufactures a part for its production cycle. The costs per unit for 20,000 units of this part are as follows: Direct materials $15 Direct labor 12 Variable factory overhead 20 Unavoidable fixed factory overhead 18 Total cost $65
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