Chaptersixteenhomeworkwinter2008

Chaptersixteenhomeworkwinter2008 - 7.5 PTS.-COMPLETE C 8 ON...

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ACCOUNTING 203 ON-LINE HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT #2 CHAPTER SIXTEEN 20 PTS. DUE DATE: Wednesday, January 23 Specific Course Outcomes Assessed: (See Course Syllabus) -Describe how accounting is used to develop an information system for use by management in the process of making decisions Learning Objectives Assessed: (See pg. 804) -Using the traditional method of allocating overhead costs, calculate product or service unit cost -Using activity-based costing to assign overhead costs, calculate product or service unit cost REQUIRED: - COMPLETE C 5 ON PGS. 858-859
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Unformatted text preview: 7.5 PTS.-COMPLETE C 8 ON PG. 860 7.5 PTS.-ARTICLE ANALYSIS: Read the following article and respond to the question below: http:/ /www.12manage.com/methods_doc.html 5 PTS. 1.What did you learn about ABC costing from reading this article? Critera for the Assessment of Learning Objectives:-The overhead costs for Sea Scout, Inc. were correctly allocated using traditional and ABC costing Yes No-The Statement of Cost of Goods Manufactured for H & W Pharmaceuticals was prepared correctly Yes No-The ABC article analysis was at least ½ of a page in length Yes No...
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2011 for the course ACCOUNTING 202 taught by Professor William during the Winter '08 term at Edmonds Community College.

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