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1) If .justanswer.com/multiple-problems/85w56-1-if-fixed-costs-1-409-453-unit-selling-price.html#”>fixedcosts are \$1,409,453, the unit selling price is \$216, and the unit variable costs are \$123, what is the break-even sales (units) if fixed costs are reduced by \$31,889?

6,525 units

17,545 units

1,807 units

14,813 units
2) If the contribution margin ratio for Lyndon Company is 51%, sales were \$430,025. And fixed costs were \$101,994, what was the income from operations?

\$430,025

\$117,319

\$219,313

\$101,994

3) If sales are \$823,992, variable costs are 71% of sales, and operating income is \$227,640, what is the contribution margin ratio?

71%

29%

72%

28%
4) Below is budgeted production and sales information for Fleming Company for the month of December: Product X Product Y
Estimated beginning inventory 28,040 units 18,381 units
Desired ending inventory 36,351 units 154,270 units
Region I, anticipated sales 318,024 units 273,903 units
Region II, anticipated sales 199,117 units 145,096 units

The unit selling price for product X is \$4 and for product Y is \$14.

What are the budgeted sales for the month?

\$3,744,560

\$7,934,550

\$8,915,970

\$13,105,960

5) If the expected sales volume for the current period is 7,611 units, the desired ending inventory is 233 units, and the beginning inventory is 357 units, what is the number of units set forth in the production budget, representing total production for the current period?

7,487

7,844

7,254

7,611

6) The following data is given for the Harry Company:Budgeted production 1,065 units
Actual production 908 units
Materials:
Standard price per ounce \$1.81
Standard ounces per completed unit 11
Actual ounces purchased and used in production 9,688
Actual price paid for materials \$19,860
Labor:
Standard hourly labor rate \$14.00 per hour
Standard hours allowed per completed unit 4.0
Actual labor hours worked 4,676.2
Actual total labor costs \$71,312
Actual and budgeted fixed overhead \$1,100,884
Standard variable overhead rate \$28.00 per standard labor hour
Overhead is applied on standard labor hours.
Determine the direct labor rate variance.

\$5,845 U

\$20,464 F

\$20,464 U

\$5,845 F

7) Standard Actual
Material Cost Per Yard \$1.92 \$2.03
Yards .justanswer.com/multiple-problems/85w56-1-if-fixed-costs-1-409-453-unit-selling-price.html#”>perUnit 4.90 yards 4.64 yards
Number of Units Produced 9,122
Calculate the total direct materials quantity variance using the above information.

4,656 Unfavorable

4,554 Favorable

4,656 Favorable

102 Unfavorable

8) The following data is given for the stringer Company:
Budgeted production 1,072 units
Actual production 974 units
Materials:
Standard price per ounce \$1.98
Standard pounds per completed unit 12
Actual pounds purchased and used in production 11,337
Actual price paid for materials \$23,241
Labor:
Standard hourly labor rate \$14.00 per hour
Standard hours allowed per completed unit 5.0
Actual labor hours worked 5,016.1
Actual total labor costs \$76,496
Actual and budgeted fixed overhead \$1,134,354
Standard variable overhead rate \$28.00 per standard labor hour
Overhead is applied on standard labor hours.
Determine the direct material quantity variance.

794 F

794 U

695 F

695 U

9) Salter Inc.’s unit selling price is \$49, the unit variable costs are \$33, fixed costs are \$108,648, and current sales are 10,450 units. How much will operating income change if sales increase by 5,057 units?

\$759,843 decrease

\$80,912 increase

\$166,881 increase

\$247,793 increase

10) Bailey Company sells 25,274 units at \$14.00 per unit. Variable costs are \$7.00 per unit, and fixed costs are \$7.00. The contribution margin ratio and the unit contribution margin, (rounding to two decimal points) are:

1% and \$7.00 per unit

50% and \$7.00 per unit

1% and \$14.00 per unit

50% and \$14.00 per unit

11) The .justanswer.com/multiple-problems/85w56-1-if-fixed-costs-1-409-453-unit-selling-price.html#”>standardcosts and actual costs for direct materials for the manufacture of 2,677 actual units of product are as follows:Standard Costs
Direct materials (per completed unit) 1.04 pounds @\$9.00

Actual Costs
Direct materials 2,677 pounds @ \$8.30

Determine the amount of direct materials price variance.

\$1,874 favorable

\$1,874 unfavorable

\$2,369 unfavorable

\$2,369 favorable

12) A firm operated at 80% of capacity for the past year, during which fixed costs were \$207,569, variable costs were 60% of sales, and sales were \$945,169. Find the operating profit.

\$774,670

\$567,101

\$207,569

\$170,499

1) Consider the following budget information: materials to be used totals \$64,115; direct labor totals \$201,287; factory overhead totals \$399,124; work in process inventory January 1, 2012, was expected to be \$188,108; and work in progress inventory on December 31, 2012, is expected to be \$192,266. What is the budgeted cost of goods manufactured?

\$660,368

\$1,044,900

\$664,526

\$192,266

2) The following data relate to direct labor costs for the current period:

Standard costs 6,887 hours at \$11.10

Actual costs 6,079 hours at \$10.00

What is the direct labor rate variance?

\$15,656 unfavorable

\$6,687 favorable

\$15,656 favorable

\$8,969 favorable

3) Given the following cost and activity observations for Johnson Company’s utilities, use the high-low method to calculate Johnson’s fixed costs per month.

Cost

Machine Hours

April \$61,983 1,276

May \$81,808 1,889

June \$109,406 2,368

Using the high-low method, determine the variable cost per unit, and the total fixed costs.

\$39.83 per unit and \$102,837 respectively.

\$43.43 per unit and \$6,569 respectively.

\$39.83 per unit and \$6,569 respectively.

\$43.43 per unit and \$102,837 respectively.

Production and sales estimates for March for the Win Co. are as follows:

4) Estimated inventory (units), March 1 18,212

Desired inventory (unit), March 31 19,739

Expected sales volume (units):

Area M 6,693

Area L 8,610

Area O 7,066

Unit sales price \$16.00

What is the number of units expected to be manufactured in March?

4,157

23,896

43,635

22,369

5) The Collins Corporation just started business in January of 2007. They had no beginning inventories. During 2007 they manufactured 11,932 units of product, and sold 8,837 units. The selling price of each unit was \$24. Variable manufacturing costs were \$5 per unit, and variable selling and administrative costs were \$4 per unit. Fixed manufacturing costs were \$28,357 and fixed selling and administrative costs were \$7,047.

What would be the Collins Corporations Net income for 2007 using direct costing?

\$176,684

\$104,506

\$162,947

\$97,151

6) If sales are \$870,145, variable costs are \$448,666, and operating income is \$228,579, what is the contribution margin ratio?

78%

52%

26%

48%

7) If sales are \$870,145, variable costs are \$448,666, and operating income is \$228,579, what is the contribution margin ratio?

78%

52%

26%

48%

8) Below is budgeted production and sales information for Fleming Company for the month of December: Product X Product Y

Estimated beginning inventory 31,414 units 17,845 units

Desired ending inventory 35,580 units 145,754 units

Region I, anticipated sales 308,874 units 279,073 units

Region II, anticipated sales 197,761 units 147,476 units

The unit selling price for product X is \$7 and for product Y is \$15.

What is the budgeted production for product Y during the month?

444,394 units

426,549 units

573,629 units

554,458 units

9) The Joyner Corporation had 8,026 actual direct labor hours at an actual rate of \$12.10 per hour. Original production had been budgeted for 1,100 units, but only 997 units were actually produced. Labor standards were 8.0 hours per completed unit at a standard rate of \$13.23 per hour.

Compute the direct labor time variance.

9,069 U

9,069 F

662 U

662 F

10) Ingram Co. manufactures office furniture. During the most productive month of the year, 3,750 desks were manufactured at a total cost of \$83,432. In its slowest month, the company made 1,173 desks at a cost of \$39,922. Using the high-low method of cost estimation determine total fixed costs are.

\$39,922

\$83,432

\$20,117

\$43,510

11) If fixed costs are \$1,216,136, the unit selling price is \$202, and the unit variable costs are \$117, what is the break-even sales (units) if fixed costs are increased by \$39,115?

14,768 units

13,847 units

1,760 units

16,731 units

12) The following data is given for the Harry Company:

Budgeted production 1,022 units

Actual production 911 units

Materials:

Standard price per ounce \$1.94

Standard ounces per completed unit 12

Actual ounces purchased and used in production 10,604

Actual price paid for materials \$21,738

Labor:

Standard hourly labor rate \$15.00 per hour

Standard hours allowed per completed unit 4.0

Actual labor hours worked 4,692

Actual total labor costs \$71,553

Actual and budgeted fixed overhead \$1,157,454

Standard variable overhead rate \$27.00 per standard labor hour

Overhead is applied on standard labor hours.

Determine the direct labor rate variance.

\$16,893 U

\$15,720 U

\$15,720 F

\$1,173 U

25) Christian and Sons’ static budget for 10,417 units of production includes \$42,264 for direct materials, \$46,964 for direct labor, utilities of \$7,033, and supervisor salaries of \$16,461. What would flexible budget show for 13,227 units of production?

direct materials of \$42,264, direct labor of \$59,633, utilities of \$7,033, and supervisor salaries of \$16,461

direct materials of \$53,665, direct labor of \$59,633, utilities of \$8,930, and supervisor salaries of \$16,461

total variable costs of \$112,722

the same cost structure in total

13) If fixed costs are \$248,272, the unit selling price is \$94, and the unit variable costs are \$59, what is the break-even sales (units)?

59 units

2,641 units

5,959 units

7,093 units

14) The Flapjack Corporation had 7,817 actual direct labor hours at an actual rate of \$12.50 per hour. Original production had been budgeted for 1,100 units, but only 971 units were actually produced. Labor standards were 7.0 hours per completed unit at a standard rate of \$12.81 per hour.

Compute the labor rate variance.

2,423 U

2,423 F

13,066 U

13,066 F

15) The standard costs and actual costs for direct materials for the manufacture of 2,411 actual units of product are as follows:

Standard Costs

Direct materials (per completed unit) 1.04 pounds @\$8.90

Actual Costs

Direct materials 2,411 pounds @ \$8.25

Determine the amount of direct materials price variance.

\$1,567.15 favorable

\$1,567.15 unfavorable

\$2,408.00 favorable

\$2,408.00 unfavorable

16) The Dandy Jeans Company produces two different types of jeans. One is called the “Simple Life” and the other is called the “Fancy Life” The company’s Production Budget requires 350,973 units of Simple jeans and 196,226 Fancy jeans to be manufactured. It is estimated that 2.63 direct labor hours will be needed to manufacture one pair of Simple Life jeans and 3.54 hours of direct labor hours for each pair of Fancy life jeans.

What is the total number of direct labor hours needed for both lines of jeans (round to integer number)?

4,285,929 direct labor hours

923,059 direct labor hours

694,640 direct labor hours

1,617,699 direct labor hours

17) Win Corporation sells a single product. Budgeted sales for the year are anticipated to be 621,161 units, estimated beginning inventory is 102,971 units, and desired ending inventory is 87,371 units. The quantities of direct materials expected to be used for each unit of finished product are given below.

Material A .50 lb. per unit @ \$0.70 per pound

Material B 1.00 lb. per unit @ \$2.12 per pound

Material C 1.20 lb. per unit @ \$1.84 per pound

What is the dollar amount of direct material A used in production during the year?

\$1,283,789

\$211,946

\$1,337,079

\$217,406

18) If fixed costs are \$1,254,519, the unit selling price is \$213, and the unit variable costs are \$114, what is the amount of sales required to realize an operating income of \$248,314?

2,178 units

5,890 units

15,180 units

11,005 units

19) Below is budgeted production and sales information for Fleming Company for the month of December: Product X Product Y

Estimated beginning inventory 31,322 units 18,954 units

Desired ending inventory 34,511 units 147,224 units

Region I, anticipated sales 329,277 units 261,338 units

Region II, anticipated sales 198,220 units 143,586 units

The unit selling price for product X is \$7 and for product Y is \$13.

What is the budgeted production for product X during the month?

530,686 units

562,008 units

524,308 units

527,497 units

20) The standard costs and actual costs for factory overhead for the manufacture of 2,505 units of actual production are as follows:

Standard Costs

Fixed overhead (based on 10,000 hours) 3 hours @ \$0.80 per hour

Variable overhead 3 hours @ \$2.10 per hour

Actual Costs

Total variable cost, \$17,834

Total fixed cost, \$7,941

Determine the amount of the factory overhead cost variance.

\$1,929 unfavorable

\$3,981 unfavorable

\$1,929 favorable

\$3,556 unfavorable

21) For January, sales revenue is \$593,854; sales commissions are 5% of sales; the sales manager’s salary is \$90,286; advertising expenses are \$91,117; shipping expenses total 1% of sales; and miscellaneous selling expenses are \$2,924 plus 1/2 of 1% of sales. What are the total selling expenses for the month of January?

\$222,928

\$219,958

\$184,327

\$214,020

22) Given the following cost and activity observations for Wondrous Company’s utilities, use the high-low method to calculate Wondrous’ variable utilities costs per machine hour.

Cost

Machine Hours

March \$3,136 14,911

April \$2,662 10,191

May \$2,858 11,815

June \$3,849 18,287

\$0.15

\$0.03

\$0.23

\$0.21

23)

Standard Actual

Material Cost Per Yard \$1.90 \$2.03

Yards per Unit 4.90 yards 4.71 yards

Number of Units Produced 9,017

Calculate the total direct materials price variance using the above information.

\$3,255 Unfavorable

\$5,521 Favorable

\$2,266 Favorable

\$5,521 Unfavorable

24) If fixed costs are \$720,008 and variable costs are 65% of sales, what is the break-even point (dollars)?

\$1,188,013

\$2,057,166

\$468,005

\$2,777,17

25) Motorcycle Manufacturers, Inc. projected sales of 55,957 machines for 2012. The estimated January 1, 2012, inventory is 6,984 units, and the desired December 31, 2012, inventory is 7,275 units. What is the budgeted production (in units) for 2012?

56,248

55,666

41,698

55,957

26) The following data relate to direct materials costs for November:

Actual costs 4,602 pounds at \$5.30

Standard costs 4,409 pounds at \$6.20

What is the direct materials quantity variance?

\$1,197 unfavorable

\$1,197 favorable

\$4,142 favorable

\$4,142 unfavorable

27) The following data relate to direct materials costs for November:

Actual costs 4,610 pounds at \$5.20

Standard costs 4,403 pounds at \$6.50

What is the direct materials price variance?

\$1,346 unfavorable

\$5,993 unfavorable

\$1,346 favorable

\$5,993 favorable

28) The following data relate to direct labor costs for the current period:

Standard costs 7,179 hours at \$11.00

Actual costs 6,094 hours at \$10.40

What is the direct labor time variance?

\$15,591 unfavorable

\$3,656 favorable

\$15,591 favorable

\$11,935 favorable

Standard Actual

Material Cost Per Yard \$1.93 \$2.03

Yards per Unit 4.90 yards 467 yards

Number of Units Produced 9,094

Calculate the total direct materials quantity variance using the above information.

\$4,037 Favorable

\$4,247 Unfavorable

\$4,247 Favorable

\$210 Favorable

29) Production and sales estimates for March for the Win Co. are as follows:Estimated inventory (units), March 1 18,274

Desired inventory (unit), March 31 19,217

Expected sales volume (units):

Area M 6,913

Area L 8,876

Area O 7,210

Unit sales price \$13.00

What is the number of units expected to be sold in March?

4,725

23,942

43,159

22,999

30) Win Corporation sells a single product. Budgeted sales for the year are anticipated to be 623,875 units, estimated beginning inventory is 107,063 units, and desired ending inventory is 84,012 units. The quantities of direct materials expected to be used for each unit of finished product are given below.

Material A .50 lb. per unit @ \$0.61 per pound

Material B 1.00 lb. per unit @ \$2.32 per pound

Material C 1.20 lb. per unit @ \$1.49 per pound

What is the dollar amount of direct material B used in production during the year?

\$183,251

\$1,393,912

\$1,074,273

\$190,282

31) At the beginning of the period, the Cutting Department budgeted direct labor of \$132,516, direct material of \$153,046 and fixed factory overhead of \$14,467 for 7,585 hours of production. The department actually completed 11,710 hours of production. What is the appropriate total budget for the department, assuming it uses flexible budgeting?

\$307,897

\$463,196

\$455,328

\$300,029

32) Win Corporation sells a single product. Budgeted sales for the year are anticipated to be 654,206 units, estimated beginning inventory is 106,586 units, and desired ending inventory is 87,847 units. The quantities of direct materials expected to be used for each unit of finished product are given below.

Material A .50 lb. per unit @ \$0.53 per pound

Material B 1.00 lb. per unit @ \$1.58 per pound

Material C 1.20 lb. per unit @ \$0.92 per pound

What is the dollar amount of direct material C used in production during the year?

\$1,004,038

\$168,399

\$173,365

\$701,556

33) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$241,404, \$313,505, and \$422,074, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month.

What are the cash collections in September from sales on account?

\$48,281

\$135,186

\$241,404

\$183,467

34) For January, sales revenue is \$575,588; sales commissions are 7% of sales; the sales manager’s salary is \$80,727; advertising expenses are \$89,875; shipping expenses total 1% of sales; and miscellaneous selling expenses are \$2,252 plus 1/2 of 1% of sales. What are the total selling expenses for the month of January?

\$172,854

\$213,145

\$221,779

\$218,901

35) Motorcycle Manufacturers, Inc. projected sales of 52,149 machines for 2012. The estimated January 1, 2012, inventory is 6,238 units, and the desired December 31, 2012, inventory is 7,193 units. What is the budgeted production (in units) for 2012?

51,194

53,104

52,149

38,718

36) The Dandy Jeans Company produces two different types of jeans. One is called the “Simple Life” and the other is called the “Fancy Life” The company’s Production Budget requires 355,135 units of Simple jeans and 194,455 Fancy jeans to be manufactured. It is estimated that 2.62 direct labor hours will be needed to manufacture one pair of Simple Life jeans and 3.37 hours of direct labor hours for each pair of Fancy life jeans.

What is the total number of direct labor hours needed for both lines of jeans (round to integer number)?

3,925,327 direct labor hours

930,454 direct labor hours

1,585,767 direct labor hours

655,313 direct labor hours

37) Kidder Company began its operations on March 31 of the current year. Projected manufacturing costs for the first three months of business are \$159,683, \$194,103, and \$208,975, respectively, for April, May, and June. Depreciation, insurance, and property taxes represent \$27,396 of the estimated monthly manufacturing costs. Insurance was paid on March 31, and property taxes will be paid in November. Three-fourths of the remainder of the manufacturing costs are expected to be paid in the month in which they are incurred, with the balance to be paid in the following month.What are the cash payments for manufacturing in the month of June?

\$99,215

\$159,683

\$158,102

\$177,861

38) O’Neill Co. has \$299,802 in accounts receivable on January 1. Budgeted sales for January are \$816,959. O’Neill expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of the remaining 80% of sales on account, 75% are expected to be collected in the month of sale and the remainder the following month. What are the January cash collections from sales?

\$816,959

\$762,695

\$953,369

\$1,253,171

39) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$239,578, \$305,499, and \$413,025, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month. What are the cash collections in October from sales on account?

\$134,164

\$218,995

\$239,578

\$182,079

40) If the expected sales volume for the current period is 7,969 units, the desired ending inventory is 246 units, and the beginning inventory is 333 units, what is the number of units set forth in the production budget, representing total production for the current period?

7,636

8,215

7,969

7,882

41) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$234,021, \$300,438, and \$417,193, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month.

What are the cash collections in November from sales on account?

\$131,052

\$303,077

\$168,245

\$177,856

42) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$240,813, \$300,927, and \$427,872, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month.

What are the cash collections in October

\$240,813

\$264,844

\$216,682

\$276,867

43) Consider the following budget information: materials to be used totals \$64,282; direct labor totals \$198,566; factory overhead totals \$404,916; work in process inventory January 1, 2012, was expected to be \$185,467; and work in progress inventory on December 31, 2012, is expected to be \$190,068. What is the budgeted cost of goods manufactured?

\$1,043,299

\$663,163

\$190,068

\$667,764

44) Kidder Company began its operations on March 31 of the current year. Projected manufacturing costs for the first three months of business are \$156,124, \$197,853, and \$205,299, respectively, for April, May, and June. Depreciation, insurance, and property taxes represent \$27,923 of the estimated monthly manufacturing costs. Insurance was paid on March 31, and property taxes will be paid in November. Three-fourths of the remainder of the manufacturing costs are expected to be paid in the month in which they are incurred, with the balance to be paid in the following month.

What are the cash payments for manufacturing in the month of May

\$96,151

\$39,031

\$156,124

\$159,498

45) Christian and Sons’ static budget for 9,682 units of production includes \$41,818 for direct materials, \$48,567 for direct labor, utilities of \$7,350, and supervisor salaries of \$16,753. What would flexible budget show for 13,339 units of production?Select the correct answer.

direct materials of \$41,818, direct labor of \$66,911, utilities of \$7,350, and supervisor salaries of \$16,753

the same cost structure in total

direct materials of \$57,613, direct labor of \$66,911, utilities of \$10,126, and supervisor salaries of \$16,753

total variable costs of \$114,488

.8075em;=”” vertical-align:=”” baseline;=”” line-height:=”” 19px;=”” color:=”” rgb(51,=”” 51,=”” 51);=”” font-family:=”” verdana;”=””>1) For January, sales revenue is \$575,588; sales commissions are 7% of sales; the sales manager’s salary is \$80,727; advertising expenses are \$89,875; shipping expenses total 1% of sales; and miscellaneous selling expenses are \$2,252 plus 1/2 of 1% of sales. What are the total selling expenses for the month of January?

\$172,854

\$213,145

\$221,779

\$218,901

2) Motorcycle Manufacturers, Inc. projected sales of 52,149 machines for 2012. The estimated January 1, 2012, inventory is 6,238 units, and the desired December 31, 2012, inventory is 7,193 units. What is the budgeted production (in units) for 2012?

51,194

53,104

52,149

38,718

3) The Dandy Jeans Company produces two different types of jeans. One is called the “Simple Life” and the other is called the “Fancy Life” The company’s Production Budget requires 355,135 units of Simple jeans and 194,455 Fancy jeans to be manufactured. It is estimated that 2.62 direct labor hours will be needed to manufacture one pair of Simple Life jeans and 3.37 hours of direct labor hours for each pair of Fancy life jeans.

What is the total number of direct labor hours needed for both lines of jeans (round to integer number)?

3,925,327 direct labor hours

930,454 direct labor hours

1,585,767 direct labor hours

655,313 direct labor hours

4) Kidder Company began its operations on March 31 of the current year. Projected manufacturing costs for the first three months of business are \$159,683, \$194,103, and \$208,975, respectively, for April, May, and June. Depreciation, insurance, and property taxes represent \$27,396 of the estimated monthly manufacturing costs. Insurance was paid on March 31, and property taxes will be paid in November. Three-fourths of the remainder of the manufacturing costs are expected to be paid in the month in which they are incurred, with the balance to be paid in the following month.What are the cash payments for manufacturing in the month of June?

\$99,215

\$159,683

\$158,102

\$177,861

5) O’Neill Co. has \$299,802 in accounts receivable on January 1. Budgeted sales for January are \$816,959. O’Neill expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of the remaining 80% of sales on account, 75% are expected to be collected in the month of sale and the remainder the following month. What are the January cash collections from sales?

\$816,959

\$762,695

\$953,369

\$1,253,171

6) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$239,578, \$305,499, and \$413,025, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month. What are the cash collections in October from sales on account?

\$134,164

\$218,995

\$239,578

\$182,079

7) If the expected sales volume for the current period is 7,969 units, the desired ending inventory is 246 units, and the beginning inventory is 333 units, what is the number of units set forth in the production budget, representing total production for the current period?

7,636

8,215

7,969

7,882

8) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$234,021, \$300,438, and \$417,193, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month.

What are the cash collections in November from sales on account?

\$131,052

\$303,077

\$168,245

\$177,856

9) Wright Corporation began its operations on September 1 of the current year. Budgeted sales for the first three months of business are \$240,813, \$300,927, and \$427,872, respectively, for September, October, and November. The company expects to sell 20% of its merchandise for cash. Of sales on account, 70% are expected to be collected in the month of the sale, 25% in the month following the sale, and the remainder in the following month.

What are the cash collections in October

\$240,813

\$264,844

\$216,682

\$276,867

10) Consider the following budget information: materials to be used totals \$64,282; direct labor totals \$198,566; factory overhead totals \$404,916; work in process inventory January 1, 2012, was expected to be \$185,467; and work in progress inventory on December 31, 2012, is expected to be \$190,068. What is the budgeted cost of goods manufactured?

\$1,043,299

\$663,163

\$190,068

\$667,764

11) Kidder Company began its operations on March 31 of the current year. Projected manufacturing costs for the first three months of business are \$156,124, \$197,853, and \$205,299, respectively, for April, May, and June. Depreciation, insurance, and property taxes represent \$27,923 of the estimated monthly manufacturing costs. Insurance was paid on March 31, and property taxes will be paid in November. Three-fourths of the remainder of the manufacturing costs are expected to be paid in the month in which they are incurred, with the balance to be paid in the following month.

What are the cash payments for manufacturing in the month of May

\$96,151

\$39,031

\$156,124

\$159,498

12) Christian and Sons’ static budget for 9,682 units of production includes \$41,818 for direct materials, \$48,567 for direct labor, utilities of \$7,350, and supervisor salaries of \$16,753. What would flexible budget show for 13,339 units of production?Select the correct answer.

direct materials of \$41,818, direct labor of \$66,911, utilities of \$7,350, and supervisor salaries of \$16,753

the same cost structure in total

direct materials of \$57,613, direct labor of \$66,911, utilities of \$10,126, and supervisor salaries of \$16,753

total variable costs of \$114,488

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