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MODULE 6
9.3
A budget can be used to evaluate performance by comparing the actual results to the
budget. This can be used to assess the performance of individuals, departments, divisions
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CHAPTER 11
STANDARD COSTS FOR CONTROL:
FLEXIBLE BUDGETS AND
MANUFACTURING OVERHEAD
ANSWERS TO REVIEW QUESTIONS
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HOMEWORK SOLUTIONS
MODULE 5
8.1
Volume based cost driver is often a misnomer. The term is used to refer to applying
overhead to products on the basis of data that varies with the volume of production. The
overhead rates are therefore often based on direct

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DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS &
PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
2
Characteristics of Probability Distributions
Often it is not possible or too difficult to examine the
probability distribution directly. This is because the
underlying distribution of a random variab

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NORMAL DISTRIBUTION MODEL
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2
PDF of a Normal Distribution
A (continuous) random variable X is said to be normally
distributed if its probability density function has the
following form:
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1
HYPOTHESIS TESTING II
2
1-sample vs. 2-sample testing
1-sample: we use a sample mean to test a claim about
the population mean.
2-sample: we use the difference in sample means to test
a claim about the difference in population means.
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DIFFERENTIAL
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2
OVERVIEW
Understanding Rate of Change
Derivatives: Definition and Rules
Derivatives: How to Calculate Them? - Examples
Use of Derivatives to derive Tangent Line
Second-Order Derivatives and its Use
Higher-Order Derivative

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INTRODUCTION TO
PROBABILITY
2
Probability: Basic Concepts
Sample Space/Outcome Set:
This is a list of all possible outcomes from a random event. These must be
exhaustive and mutually exclusive. The sum of all their probabilities = 1.
Example 1:
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HYPOTHESIS TESTING I
Recall: Sample Mean, Sample Variance,
Standard Error
Hypothesis Testing?
Given the estimate and its standard error, we can then
test various hypotheses.
Hypotheses? Theories in Economics and Finance can
often be transformed into t