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Answer: TRUEDiff: 1Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking18) If variance analysis is used for performance evaluation, managers are encouraged to meet targets using creativity and resourcefulness. Answer: FALSEExplanation: The most common outcome when variance analysis is used for performance evaluation is that managers seek targets that are easily attainable and avoid targets that require creativity and resourcefulness.Diff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking
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19) When using variance analysis for performance evaluation, managers often focus on effectiveness and efficiency as two of the common attributes used in comparing expected results with actual results.Answer: TRUEDiff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking20) For critical items such as product defects, a small variance may prompt investigation. Answer: TRUEDiff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking21) A variance within an acceptable range is considered to be an "in-control occurrence" and calls for no investigation or action by managers. Answer: TRUEDiff: 1Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking22) In variance analysis, if any single performance measure is underemphasized, managerswill tend to make decisions that will cause the particular performance measure to look good.Answer: TRUEExplanation: In variance analysis, if any single performance measure is overemphasized, managers will tend to make decisions that will cause the particular performance measure to look good.Diff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking23) Efficiency is the relative amount of inputs used to achieve a given output level.Answer: TRUEDiff: 1Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking24) A percentage of products started and completed without requiring any rework is an example of nonfinancial performance measure.Answer: TRUEDiff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking25) It is best to rely totally on financial performance measures rather than using a combination of financial and nonfinancial performance measures. Answer: FALSEExplanation: It is best to rely on a combination of financial and nonfinancial performance measures.Diff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking
26) The goal of variance analysis is for managers to understand why variances arise, to learn, and to improve future performance.Answer: TRUEDiff: 2Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking27) Possible operational causes of an unfavorable direct materials efficiency variance include poor design of products or processes.Answer: TRUEDiff: 1Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking28) Effectiveness is the degree to which a predetermined objective or target is met.Answer: TRUEDiff: 1Objective: 6AACSB: Analytical thinking29) With disregard to all other factors, the use of high-quality raw materials is likely to result in a favorable efficiency variance and an unfavorable price variance.

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