The cost pool category which have the similar cause and effect relationship

The cost pool category which have the similar cause

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230.The cost pool category which have the similar cause and effect relationship with each cost driver used as allocation base is classified asA.heterogeneous price poolB.homogenous cost poolC.heterogeneous cost poolD.homogenous price pool231.In the activity based costing method implementation, the indirect costs are allocated by using theA.no cost poolB.one or two cost poolsC.sustained tracingD.support tracing
232.The costing system in which individual activities are identified as the cost object is considered asA.manufactured costingB.activity based costingC.allocation costingD.base costing233.The type of costs that cannot be traced for individual products but help in supporting the organization are classified asA.individual sustaining costsB.facility sustaining costsC.sustained tracingD.support tracing234.In the activity based costing method implementation, the output unit level costs are classified asA.indirect costsB.direct costC.labour costD.raw material cost235.he budget sales units are 8000, the ending inventory is 2000 units and the beginning inventory is 3000 then the budget production isA.11000 unitsB.13000 unitsC.10000 unitsD.7000 units236.The cash sales, accounts receivables and rental receipts are all classified as
A.cash receiptsB.budget receiptsC.goods manufacturedD.total goods soldThe centres such as revenue, cost, investment and profit are all classified asA.marketing centresB.financial centresC.responsibility centresD.planning centres237.If the opportunity cost per barrel is $45 per unit incremental cost per barrel is $65 then minimum transfer price isA. $45B.$110C. $20D. $65238.The per unit opportunity cost to the selling subunit of company is added into per unit incremental cost incurred at point of transfer to calculateA.minimum operating costB.maximum operating costsC.maximum transfer priceD.minimum transfer price239.If the net initial investment is $985000 and returned working capital is $7500 then average investment over five years isA. $596,300B. $485,300C.$496,250
D. $486,250240.If the initial investment is $765000 and the payback period is 4.5 years then increase in future cash flows isA. $5,645,000B. $6,442,500C.$3,442,500D. $5,442,500241.The categories of cash flows includesA.net initial investmentB.cash flow from operations after paying taxesC.cash flow from terminal disposal after paying taxesD.all of above

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