AC 440 Cost Accounting Final Exam Part 2
Name: _ Below are six essay questions (and one bonus question). After you complete Part 2 of the exam, submit your answers to the facilitator as an e-mail attachment. You have until midnight, Wednesday of Week 8 to
Aromatic Coffee, Inc., sells two types of coffee, Colombian and Blue Mountain. The monthly budget for U.S. coffee sales is based on a combination of last year's perform a forecast of industry sales, and the company's expected share of the U.S. market.
Lydia Holmes Cost Accounting Week 1 Chapter 1 - exercises 1-17, 1-20
* Each change in chapter assignment is liste
1-17 Classify each of the cost itema (a-h) into one of the business functions of the value chain shown in Exhibit 1 2 - Design of products a.
Lydia Holmes Midterm Exam 11
Messinger Manufacturing Company had the following account balances for the quarter en Work-in-process inventory (January 1) Work-in-process inventory (March 31) Finished goods inventory (January 1) Finished goods inventory (Ma
Lydia Holmes Cost Accounting
Problem 4-19 Waheed Company uses normal costing. It allocates manufacturing overhead costs using a budgeted rate per machi The following data are available for 2006: Budgeted manufacturing overhead costs $2,850,000 Budgeted ma
Cost Accounting Lydia Holmes
1. Calculate Allen Corporation's breakeven revenues for 2005. Contribution Margin = Revenue - variable cost/revenue Breakeven number of units = Fixed cost/Contribution margin
2. Calculate Allen Corpo
Chapter 21, exercise 21-17
Riverbend Company runs hardware stores in a tri-state area. Riverbend's management estimates that if it invests $1 cash operating costs. The system has an expected useful life of 5 years and no terminal disposal value. The requi
Lydia Holmes Week 6 16-18 - Net realizable value method July 2007 - Production and Selling Price Cooking Oil Joint costs (costs of vegetable oil and processing to splitoff point) Separable cost of processing beyond splitoff point Beginning inventory (drum
Lydia Holmes Exercise 14-23
Lower tier seats Upper tier seats Seats available
5,000 10,000 15,000
Selling Price Downtown Arena Fee Reservation Network Fee Contribution Margin per Ticket
1. Compute the sales volume variance for each type of ticket and in t
Lydia Holmes Excersie 9-16 Nascar Motors assembles and sells motor vehilcles and uses standard costing.
April Unit data Beginning inventory Production Sales Variable costs Manufacturing cost per unit produced Operating cost per unit sold Fixed costs Manuf
Lydia Holmes Chapter 6, Exercise 6-31 Easecom Company Income Statement For Year Ended December 31, 2007 (in thousands) Revenues Equipment $6,000 Maintenance and Contracts 1,800 Total Revenues $7,800 Cost of Goods Sold 4,600 Gross Margin 3,200 Operating Co