Practice Exam Exam Cpts 13-16
1. The account Goods-in-process is a(an)
A) expense account.
B) revenue account.
C) inventory account.
D) liability account.
E) account title that is never used.
2. Internal users of financial informatio
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chapter 16: Process Costing and Analysis
Explain process operations and the way they differ from job order operations.
Production Departments chapter 16: Process Costing and Analysis
Explain process op
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The following information is for Tide Corporation:
(Shunnth) 2013 2012
Net sales $801,810 $453,000
Cost of goods sold 392,38? 134,080
Determine the 2012 and 2013 trend pe
1litfoh Che Co. has four departments: materials. personnel, manufacturing, and packaging. In a recent
month. the four departments incurred three shared indirect expenses. The amounts of these indirect
expenses and the bases used to alloc
For each oi the following statement select the correct term.
A(n] lsunk cost arises from a past decision and cannot be avoided or (hanged; it is irrelevanttofuture decisions.
Relevant benets refer to the incremental revenue g
Kayak Co. budgeted the following cash receipts [excluding cash receipts from loans received) and cash
disbursements (excluding cash disbursements for loan principal and interest payments] for the rst three
months of next year.
Polaris is preparing a Master Budget for its Snowmobile division.
Planning is a management responsibilty and is a critical importance to running a sucessful business. Budgeting is the process the management uses to
2b. Assume that this eemplan}:r uses variable eecsting. Prepare its ineerne statement fer the year under
Variable selling and administrative expenses _-
Fixed everheatl lists
Exercise 19-11 Variable casting and contribution margin statement LO P3
TeePro has three types of costs: tshirt cost, factory rent cost, and utilities cost. This company sells its
shirts for $15.50 each. Management has prepared the following estimated cos
Exercise 23-8 Sell or process decision LO A1
Cobe Company has already manufactured 28,000 units of Product A at a cost of $28 per unit. The 28,000
units can be sold at this stage for $700,000. Alternatively, the units can be further processed at a