Regain market share and annual sales of 10000 chairs

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regain market share and annual sales of 10,000 chairs. Cost data based on sales of 10,000 chairs: The current cost per unit is: Answer Selected Answer: $250. Question 17 2 out of 2 points Many firms choose to achieve target cost through redesign of the product or service because they recognize that design decisions: Answer Selected Answer:
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Question 18 2 out of 2 points In order to reduce costs so as to reach the desired target cost, Quality Industries should also focus on reducing the cost of: Answer Selected Answer: Question 19 2 out of 2 points Bryan Inc. produces a specialty top- quality juice machine. The product, the JM50, requires four processes to be completed. Specifically, these processes are exterior construction, pulp filter insertion, painting, and packaging. Each process is performed at separate workstations with different completion rates: Exterior construction can manufacture
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100,000 juicer exteriors per day. Pulp filter insertion can install 25,000 filters every 6 hours. Painting can decorate 3,000 juicers every half hour. Packaging can package 5,000 juicers per hour. The plant operates 24/7, 24 hours a day every day of the week. Which function(s) is/are the bottleneck(s)? Answer Selected Answer: Question 20 2 out of 2 points Which of the following is the speed at which units must be manufactured to meet customer demand? Answer Selected Answer: Takt time. Question 21 2 out of 2 points
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Under the principal-agent model of contract relationships, situations such as machine breakdowns or a decrease in market demand would be classified under: Answer Selected Answer: Uncertainty. Question 22 2 out of 2 points Table Inc. planned and manufactured 250,000 units of its single product in 2010, its first year of operations. Variable manufacturing costs were $30 per unit of production. Planned and actual fixed manufacturing costs were $500,000. Marketing and administrative costs (all fixed) were $300,000 in 2010. Table Inc. sold 200,000 units of product in 2010 at $50 per unit. Variable costing operating income for 2010 is calculated to be: Answer
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Selected Answer: $3,200,000. Question 23 2 out of 2 points SeaScape Resorts owns and operates two resorts in a coastal town. Both resorts are located on a barrier island that is connected to the mainland by a high bridge. One resort is located on the beach and is called the Crystal Coast Resort. The other resort is located on the inland waterway which passes between the town and the mainland; it is called the Harborview Resort. Some key information about the two resorts for the current year is shown below. The nontraceable operating costs of
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the resort amount to $3 million. By careful study, the management accountant at SeaScape has determined that, while the costs are not directly traceable, the total of $3 million could be fairly allocated to the four cost drivers as follows.
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