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  • Cancico Communications has supplied the following data for use in its ABC system: During the year, Cancico Communications completed an order for special telephone equipment for a new customer, HurnTel. This customer did not order any other products during the year. Data concerning that order follow: Selling price. . . . . . . . . . . . .

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  • Canterbury Corp. has identified the following activities in its manufacturing process. Indicate whether each activity is value-added or non-value-added.• Product design research• Materials handling• Machining• Assembly of components• Finished goods inventory storage• Rework after a quality inspection• Painting end product•

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  • Cardio Care Inc. manufactures stationary bicycles and treadmills. The products are produced in its Fabrication and Assembly production departments. In addition to production activities, several other activities are required to produce the two products. These activities and their associated activity rates are as follows: Activity

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  • Carlise Corp., which manufactures ceiling fans, currently has two product lines, the Indoor and the Outdoor. Carlise has total overhead of $139,400.Carlise has identified the following information about its overhead activity cost pools and the two product lines:Required:1. Suppose Carlise used a traditional costing system with machine ho

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  • Carolina Fashions, a shirt manufacturer, recently switched to activity-based costing from the department product costing method. The manager of Building S, which manufactures the shirts, has identified the following cost drivers and rates for overhead:Direct materials costs were $200,000 and direct labor costs were $100,000 during Octobe

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  • Carpenter Inc. designs industrial tooling parts and makes the molds for those parts. The following activities take place when the company creates a new mold. Classify each cost as unit level (U), batch level (B), product/process level (P), or organizational level (O).a. Consultation with equipment manufacturer on design specificationsb. E

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  • Carson Weeks has been studying his department's profitability reports for the past six months. He has just completed a managerial accounting course and is beginning to question the company's approach to allocating overhead to products based on machine hours. The current department overhead budget of $850,000 is based on 40,000 machine hou

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  • Cartwright Ltd. manufactures two models of saddles, the Jordan and the Shenandoah. The Jordan is a more basic model and sells for $750. The Shenandoah is a professional-model saddle and sells for $1,600. At the beginning of the year, the following budgeted data were available: The following are the budgeted indirect costs for the year: Eq

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  • Cascio Inc. has conducted the following analysis related to its product lines, using a traditional costing system (volume-based) and an activity-based costing system. Both the traditional and the activity-based costing systems include direct materials and direct labor costs.Instructions(a) For each product line, compute operating income

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  • Casito Corp. manufactures multiple types of products; however, most of the company’s sales are from Product #347 and Product #658. Product #347 has been a standard in the industry for several years; the market for this product is competitive and price sensitive. Casito plans to sell 65,000 units of Product #347 in 2011 at a price of $15

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