Which of the following statements describes the

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Which of the following statements describes the cost–volume–profit analysis method?
2. It is a method that is concerned with the effects of sales volume. The _______ margin is the amount of income or profit that the company made prior to the deduction of fixed costs.
C2DM9 Inc. produced sales of $986,000, and its total variable costs were $439,000. The company sold 415,000 units for the year at a selling price of $4.15 per unit. The contribution margin ratio is _______.
The variable cost to produce a widget is $64, with fixed costs of $1,400. If you sell the widgets for $120 per piece, the break-even point is
A cost–volume–profit analysis helps managers understand which of the following factors?
2. Selling prices ______________ is used to determine at which point revenue equals costs.
Which of the following situations describes breakeven?
2. Analysis is done on the sales side. Which of the following items is part of the cost–volume–profit analysis?
Job costing is used to calculate costs at a _____ unit level.
In job costing, which of the following items are charged to a specific job? (Choose 2)
In the overhead allocation process in job order costing, the company should use ________ costs to obtain a standard rate per unit.
Which of the following items are allocated to a specific job? 1. Labor ________ labor is the first labor type to be allocated to a job.
Job order costing is the costing method a company will use to track the costs of a specific _______.
When a job is completed under the job costing method, the cost is shifted to ______ goods inventory.
Which of the following is a step in the job costing of allocation of materials?

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