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IE 213 Engineering Economics Halil POSACI 2018, İzmir Week 2 Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis
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Bonus Homework Solution 2 Horngrens 2-21 Jul-17 Aug-17 Supreme Deluxe Regular Total Supreme Deluxe Regular Total Units Produced 125 150 140 415 150 190 220 560 Direct material cost 89.00 $ 57.00 $ 60.00 $ 206.00 $ 106.80 $ 72.20 $ 94.29 $ 273.29 $ Direct manufacturing labor cost 16.00 $ 26.00 $ 8.00 $ 50.00 $ 19.20 $ 32.93 $ 12.57 $ 64.70 $ Manufacturing overhead costs 48.00 $ 78.00 $ 24.00 $ 150.00 $ 56.29 $ 96.56 $ 36.86 $ 189.70 $ Total Manufacturing Cost 153.00 $ 161.00 $ 92.00 $ 406.00 $ 182.29 $ 201.69 $ 143.71 $ 527.69 $ Fixed cost allocated 4.80 $ 7.80 $ 2.40 $ 15.00 $ 4.45 $ 7.64 $ 2.91 $ 15.00 $ Variable costs 148.20 $ 153.20 $ 89.60 $ 391.00 $ 177.84 $ 194.05 $ 140.80 $ 512.69 $ Manufacturing cost per Unit 1.2240 $ 1.0733 $ 0.6571 $ 1.2153 $ 1.0615 $ 0.6532 $ Variable manufacturing cost per unit 1.1856 $ 1.0213 $ 0.6400 $ 1.1856 $ 1.0213 $ 0.6400 $ (Millions) (Millions) Recalculated correct solution
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Bonus Homework Solution 3 Deadline Saturday 23.59
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Bonus Homework Solution 4
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Bonus Homework Solution 5
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Finantial Statements Income Statements Balance Sheet Cash Flows 6
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Financial Statements Income Statement 7
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Financial Statements Balance Sheet (Picture of the company) 8
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Financial Statements Cash Flow -> Budgeted Monetary Transactions 9 Sensitivity
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1 - 10 The accounting equation Assets = Liabilities + Capital Chapter 1, Finacial Accounting 2 /e, Siegel/Shim, McGraw Hill
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