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The term relevant range as used in cost accounting

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The term relevant range as used in cost accounting means the range over which
The primary accounting document in a job order costing system is a (n)
1/1bill of materialsmaterials requisitionemployees time sheetJob order cost sheetA credit to the manufacturing overhead control account represent the1/1actual cost of overhead paid this periodactual cost of overhead incurredamount of overhead applied to productionamount of direct material and labor used during the periodNormal spoilage is defined as unacceptable production that1/1occurs in on-going operationsarises because of a special job or processis caused specifically by human erroris an excess of that which is expectedSpoiled units are1/1units that cannot be economically reworked to bring up to standardunits that can be economically reworked to bring up to standardthe same as defectiveconsidered abnormal lossesCost and management accounting1/1Required an entirely separate group of accounts than financial accounting usesFocus solely on determining how much it costs to manufacture a product or provide a serviceprovide products/service cost informationas well as information for internal decision makingare required for business record keeping in financial and tax accountingIn allocating variable costs to products,1/1Direct labor hours should always be used as the allocation baseA company should use the same allocation base that it uses for fixed costs.A company should never use more than one cost driverA volume based cost driver should be usedwhich of the following is not an ordering cost?1/1
The three primary inventory accounts in a manufacturing company are1/1Merchandise Inventory, Supplies Inventory, and Finished Goods InventoryMerchandise Inventory, Work in Process Inventory, and Finished Goods InventorySupplies Inventory, Work in Process Inventory, and Finished Goods InventoryRaw Materials Inventory, Work in Process Inventory and Finished Goods InventoryWhich of the following need to be allocated to a cost object?1/1
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