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Accounting - 2,500 2,800 r b = TC With Chapter 7 care about why we would do this not really the computations so much A Chapter 12 question could

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______________________________OH___________________________________ TC a 669,200 OHA 700,000 CF 30,800 700,000 700,000 OB 30,800 FOH SPENDING (F a – F b ) (532,000-500,000) Variance is +32,000 VOH SPENDING (v a -v b )N a (49-50)2,800 Variance is -2,800 VOLUME –f b (N a – N b ) -200(2,800-2,500) Variance is -60,000 Sum is -30,800 Budget Actual F 500,000 532,000 V 125,000 137,200 625,000 669,200 # of Employees
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Unformatted text preview: 2,500 2,800 r b = TC With Chapter 7 care about why we would do this, not really the computations so much A Chapter 12 question could cover chapters 3-6 Exam won’t be as long as practice final given Ch. 12, Ch. 2 question identify the problems, first ask if person has the knowledge, and go from there Ch. 6 short question on it....
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course ACCT 3121 taught by Professor Chenier during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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Accounting - 2,500 2,800 r b = TC With Chapter 7 care about why we would do this not really the computations so much A Chapter 12 question could

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