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Unformatted text preview: Name: Nguyen Thi Lan Thanh Student ID: 1236311 CHAPTER 2 13 / a) Each cap component cost on a per-unit basis: $26,400/6,000 = $4.4 b) The probable type of behavior that each of the costs exhibits: Variable costs: Cardboard for the brims, Cloth, Plastic for headbands. Fixed costs: Straight-line depreciation, Supervisors salaries. Mixed cost: Utilities. c) The company expects to produce 5,000 caps this month. I would expect each type of cost to decrease. Because of producing 6,000 caps, total cost is $26,400, so producing 5,000 caps, total cost is decreased. The total cost of 5,000 caps cannot be determined. Because I do not determine each component cost. 14 / a)The per-unit cost of each croquet set component was: Cardboard boxes: $1,000/1 = $1,000 Mallets: $12,000/2 = $6,000 Croquet balls: $9,000/6 = $1,500 Wire hoops: $3,600/12 = $300 b) The total cost per croquet set was; $40,700/2,000 = $20.35 c) Merry Olde made 2,500 croquet sets and incurred the following costs: Cardboard boxes (1 per set) $ 1,250 Mallets (2 per set) $15,000 Croquet balls (6 per set) $11,250 Wire hoops (12 per set, including extras) $ 4,500 Total hourly wages for production workers $10,500 Supervisors salary $ 2,600 Building and equipment rental...
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