Hilton Module 3 Chapter End Question Final Answer

Hilton Module 3 Chapter End Question Final Answer - CHAPTER...

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CHAPTER 9 E9-24 1. Total required production: 131,144 E9-25 1. Cash collections in October: $211,000 E9-26 2. Accounts payable, 12/31/x1: 800,000 euros E9-27 2. Raw material required for production: 7,000,000 units E9-28 3. Expected collections in November: $168,000 E9-30 2. Bad debts expense: $8,800 E9-33 2. Total collections in June: $276,000 E9-34 Case B: EOQ: 78 P9-36 2. Total cash disbursements in February: $363,000 P9-37 1. Total direct-labor cost: Quarter: $940,310 P9-37 3. Total manufacturing overhead: $957,750 P9-38 2. Conversion hours required: Norex: 8,128 4. Increase in cost of raw material: $201,640 P9-39 2. Total student class enrollments to be covered: 126,000 P9-40 2. Planned production: September: 7,500 4. Planned direct-labor cost: August: $198,450 P9-41 3. February sales: $196,000 5. January sales: $190,000 7. January payments: $195,000 P9-43 2. Production required (units): Light Coils: 65,000 4. Raw-material purchases: Total: $10,316,000 6. General manufacturing overhead: Cost Driver Rate: $6.00 P9-44 1. Sales revenue: Total: $1,650,000 3. Corrugating Medium: Total cost of raw-material purchases: $183,375 4. Total direct-labor cost: $66,825 7. (a) Predetermined overhead rate: $60 per hour P9-45 1. Operating income: $359,200 Management Consulting: Total compensation: $490,000 P9-46 Increase in sales: 11.5% P9-47 1. Sales on account: First Quarter: $2,184,600 Key Figures for the Exercises, Problems and Cases 1 Managerial Accounting, 6 th Edition, by Ronald W. Hilton
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3. Purchases: First Quarter: $2,103,640 P9-47 4. Total cash disbursements: First Quarter: $2,427,152 5. Cash receipts: First Quarter: $2,734,060 6. Required short-term borrowing: $(200,000) 7. Net income: $321,312 P9-48 2. Economic order quantity: 600 5. b. Number of orders per year: 48 P9-49 Order size: 800: Total annual costs (ordering costs + holding costs): $2,500 P9-51 1. Usage during 1-month lead time: 400 canisters P9-52 Direct labor per order: $96.00 3. EOQ: 432 windshields C9-55 1. Total sales revenue: 4 th Quarter: $1,600,000 2. Total cash receipts: 4 th Quarter: $1,585,000 3. S frames: Units to be produced: 4 th Quarter: 71,000 L frames: Units to be produced: 4 th Quarter: 61,000 4. Cost of metal strips to be purchased:
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Hilton Module 3 Chapter End Question Final Answer - CHAPTER...

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