Chapter 18 – Multiple Choice
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If one would prepare a graph with a horizontal axis representing units of production and a vertical axis representing per-unit production cost, how would a line representing fixed production cost be drawn?CorrectIncorrect
Lansing Corporation provides household painting services. During June, its busiest month, Lansing had total direct labor hours of 20,000 and total costs of $274,000. During December, its slowest month, the company had direct labor hours of 12,500 and total costs of $214,000. The company is planning for 16,000 direct labor hours in July. How many dollars should the company budget for fixed costs during July?CorrectIncorrect
Moore Company reported sales of $150,000 (20,000 units). Fixed costs amounted to $20,000 and income for the period was $90,000. Determine the per-unit variable cost.CorrectIncorrect
Blackhat Chimney Builders constructed 80 units during 19X1. The total sales value for these 80 units was $460,000. Variable costs associated with each unit was $4,000 and the company’s fixed costs for 19X1 amounted to $50,000. How much was the per-unit contribution margin?CorrectIncorrect
The Rug Outlet Store produces two products, carpet and padding. These account for 40% and 60% of the total sales dollars of the company, respectively. Variable costs (as a percentage of sales dollars) are 40% for carpet and 50% for padding. Total fixed costs are $540,000. No other costs are expected to be incurred. How much is the company’s total break-even point in sales dollars?CorrectIncorrect