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  • Question 1

Vilar Ltd is considering eliminating Model XP from its motorbikes line because of loses over the past quarter. The past three months of information for Model XP are summarised below:

Sales (832 units): $254,845

Manufacturing costs:

Direct materials: $157,006

Direct labour: $60,005

Overhead: $83,109

Overhead costs are 53% variable and all the rest are fixed costs (depreciation of special equipment for Model XP that has no resale value).

What is the minimum price (rounded using two decimals) Vilar should sell Model XP to do not drop this product from the product line? (157,006 + $60,005 +$83,109 x 0.53)/832

Selected Answer:

[pic 1] 261,058.77

Correct Answer:

[pic 2] 313.77 ± 0.1

  • Question 2

0.125 out of 0.125 points

Budget refrigerators Ltd currently manufactures different sizes of refrigerators. An outside supplier has offered to supply all of the needed compressors for the refrigerators. For this make-or-buy decision, a cost analysis revealed the following avoidable unit costs for the compressors:

Direct materials                               $34

Direct labour                                   $36

Unit-related support costs                $34

Batch-related support costs             $30

Product-sustaining support costs       $44

Facility-sustaining support costs       $39

The relevant cost per compressor is: Add all costs

Selected Answer:

[pic 3] 217

Correct Answer:

[pic 4] 217 ± 0

  • Question 3

0.125 out of 0.125 points

Quality Sheds Ltd is approached by Mr Carlos Toro, a new customer, to fulfill a large one-time-only special order for a shed similar to those offered to regular customers. The following per unit data apply for sales and installation of a shed to regular customers:

Direct materials                            $371

Direct labour                                $578

Variable manufacturing support   $153

Fixed manufacturing support       $174

Markup                                         42%

Quality Sheds has excess capacity. Mr Toro wants the sheds with a modification that will increase its direct materials costs by $95 per unit.

For Quality Sheds Ltd, what is the minimum acceptable price of this one-time-only special order (rounded to the nearest integer)? 371 + 578 + 153 + 95 

Selected Answer:

[pic 5] 1,197

Correct Answer:

[pic 6] 1,197 ± 0

  • Question 4

0.125 out of 0.125 points

A relevant cost is a cost that is a (n):

Selected Answer:

[pic 7] 

future cost

Correct Answer:

[pic 8] 

future cost

  • Question 5

0.125 out of 0.125 points

Employee morale at Dos Santos, Inc., is very high. This type of information is known as a:

Selected Answer:

[pic 9] 

qualitative factor

Correct Answer:

[pic 10] 

qualitative factor

  • Question 6

0.125 out of 0.125 points

Vilar Ltd is considering eliminating Model XP from its motorbikes line because of loses over the past quarter. The past three months of information for Model XP are summarised below:

Sales (1,129 units): $249,721

Manufacturing costs:

Direct materials: $151,751

Direct labour: $64,901

Overhead: $83,628

Overhead costs are 61% variable and all the rest are fixed costs (depreciation of special equipment for Model XP that has no resale value).

Calculate the increase/(-)decrease in operating income (rounded using two decimals) if Model XP is dropped from the product line.

($151,751 + $64,901 +  $83,628 x 0.61) – 249,721        

Selected Answer:

[pic 11] 17,944.08

Correct Answer:

[pic 12] 17,944.08 ± 0.1

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