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ACC_561_week_3_mind_ - Cost Management Systems and Activity-Based Costing(in Horngren Sundem& Stratton Ch 3 Measurement of Cost Behavior(in

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Evaluate how cost behavior affects selection of cost drivers and management decisions. Ch. 2: Introduction to Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume Relationships (in Horngren, ACC 561 Mind Map Week 3 Text in Arial bold italics are not covered by the textbook (s) for the course. Cost Behavior Compare and contrast the different methods of measuring cost functions . Analyze the cost-volume- profit relationships to predict effects of changes in sales or costs, including the break-even sales volume. Explain how cost accounting systems are used to determine the cost of a product, service, customer, or other cost objective. Ch. 2: Introduction to Cost Behavior and Cost-Volume Relationships (in Horngren, Ch. 3: Measurement of Cost Behavior (in Horngren, Ch. 4:
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Unformatted text preview: Cost Management Systems and Activity-Based Costing (in Horngren, Sundem & Stratton) Ch. 3: Measurement of Cost Behavior (in Horngren, Sundem & Stratton) Cost Volume Profit Analysis (pp. 53-64) Methods of Measuring Cost Functions (pp. 103-112) Cost Management Systems (pp. 136-137) Cost accounting Systems (pp. 137-139) Cost Terms Used for Strategic Decision Making and Operational Control Purposes (pp. 139-145) Management Influence on Cost Behavior (pp. 97-99) Variable and Fixed Cost Behavior (pp. 48-53) Identifying resources, Activities, Costs, and Cost Drivers (pp. 46-48) Activity Based Management: A Cost Management Systems Tool (pp. 159-161) Traditional and Activity-Based Cost Accounting Systems (pp. 150-158) Cost Terms Used for External Reporting Purposes (pp. 146-150)...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course ACC ACC561 taught by Professor David during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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