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Question 30 out of 1 pointsTypically in a special-order decision, a customer wants to pay more than the usual price.Selected Answer:[None Given]Answers:TrueFalseResponse Feedback:Rationale:Typically in a special-order decision, a customer wants to pay less than the usual price.
Question 40 out of 1 pointsA company is considering a special order for 1,000 units to be priced at $8.90 (the normal price would be $11.50). The order would require specialized materials costing $4.00 per unit. Direct labor and variable factory overhead would cost $2.15 per unit. Fixed factory overhead is $1.20 per unit. However, the company has excess capacity and acceptance of the order would not raisetotal fixed factory overhead. The warehouse, however, would have to add capacity costing $1,300. Which of the following is relevant to the special order?Selected Answer:[None Given]
Question 50 out of 1 pointsFigure 13-1.Fuller Company makes frames. A customer wants to place a special order for 600 frames in green with the company logo painted on the frame, to be priced at $40 each. Normally, Fuller would charge $90 per frame for this type of order. Fuller figures that wood and glass will cost $16 per frame, variable overhead (machining, electricity) is $4 per frame, direct labor is $12 per frame, and one setup will be required at $1,000 per setup. The set-up charge costs are 100% labor. Currently, the workers needed to set up for and make the frames are working at Fuller. Their wages will be paid whether or not the special order is accepted. Fuller's policy is to avoid layoffs to the extent possible.Refer to Figure 13-1. Which of the following is a qualitative factor that Fuller would consider in making the decision to accept or reject the special order?Selected Answer:[None Given]
Question 60 out of 1 pointsFigure 13-1.Fuller Company makes frames. A customer wants to place a special order for 600 frames in green with the company logo painted on the frame, to be priced at $40 each. Normally, Fuller would charge $90 per frame for this type of order. Fuller figures that wood and glass will cost $16 per frame, variable overhead (machining, electricity) is $4 per frame, direct labor is $12 per frame, and one setup will be required at $1,000 per setup. The set-up charge costs are 100% labor. Currently, the workers needed to set up for and make the frames are working at Fuller. Their wages will be paid whether or not the special order is accepted. Fuller's policy is to avoid

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