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Ch10 practice problems - Chapter 10 Practice Problems 1 A...

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Chapter 10 Practice Problems 1. A flexible budget is a budget that: A. is updated with actual costs as they occur during the period. B. is updated to reflect the actual level of activity during the period. C. is prepared using a computer spreadsheet application. D. contains only variable production costs. Answer: B 2. Placek Hospital bases its budgets on patient-visits. The hospital's static budget for October appears below: The total overhead cost at an activity level of 7,700 patient-visits per month should be: ($21,080 + $44,880) + [($2.60 + $5.60) x 7,700] = $129,100 3. Blackwelder Snow Removal's cost formula for its vehicle operating cost is $1,240 per month plus $348 per snow-day. For the month of December, the company planned for activity of 12 snow-days, but the actual level of activity was 14 snow-days. The actual vehicle operating cost for the month was $6,330. The vehicle operating cost in the planning budget for December would be closest to:
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4. Ofarrell Snow Removal's cost formula for its vehicle operating cost is $1,840 per month plus $377 per snow-day. For the month of November, the company planned for activity of 14 snow-days, but the actual level of activity was 19 snow-days. The actual vehicle operating cost for the month was $9,280. The vehicle operating cost in the flexible budget for November would be closest to: $1,840 + $377 x 19 = $9,003 5. Guilbault Midwifery's cost formula for its wages and salaries is $2,340 per month plus $154 per birth. For the month of June, the company planned for activity of 115 births, but the actual level of activity was 112 births. The actual wages and salaries for the month was $19,530. The wages and salaries in the planning budget for June would be closest to: A. $19,530 B. $19,588 C. $20,053 D. $20,050 $2,340 + $154 x 115 = $20,050 6. Dewberry Midwifery's cost formula for its wages and salaries is $1,960 per month plus $429 per birth. For the month of December, the company planned for activity of 128 births, but the actual level of activity was 130 births. The actual wages and salaries for the month was $56,020. The wages and salaries in the flexible budget for December would be closest to: $1,960 + $429 x 130 = $57,730
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