Thursday, February 17

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Thursday February 17, 2011 Reviewed and discussed cost flows in a manufacturing firm (see Tuesday’s Lecture Notes). Reviewed and discussed process costing and the concept of equivalent units (see Tuesday’s Lecture Notes). Worked problems 1 and 2 from Exam 2, Fall 2010. Introduced the concepts of: Activity based Costing (ABC). Direct and step method of allocating overhead. Standard costing. Exam 1 grades: Your grades will be posted on elearning. First Exam Statistics Important Note: To open the above link you must hold down the CTRL key and click on the hyperlink. You must open using internet explorer For Tuesday February 22, 2011
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Unformatted text preview: Review all of the Lecture Notes and the problems worked in class since Exam 1. Review and work all of the problems from Exam 2, Fall 2010. Have a great weekend! Important Note: The makeup for Exam 1 is scheduled for this Friday, February 18, 2011 at 3:00 pm. Report to Room 485G Wehner. If you missed Exam 1 and are planning to take the makeup please email me at [email protected] ASAP if you have not already done so. Please See Lecture Notes Lecture Note 2-17-2011 Important Note: To open the above link you must hold down the CTRL key and click on the hyperlink. You must open using internet explorer...
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