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  • Chance Morton, the manager of the service department at the Proton Electronics Company, is evaluated based on the profit performance of his department. The profit of the department is down this year because the service department’s share of allocated general and administrative costs (allocated based on relative sales dollars) is much hi

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  • Chemco, Inc., manufactures two products out of a joint process: Compod and Ultrasene. The joint costs incurred are $750,000 for a standard production run that generates 120,000 gallons of Compod and 80,000 gallons of Ultrasene. Compod sells for $6.00 per gallon while Ultrasene sells for $9.75 per gallon. Required: 1. If there are no addit

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  • Chen Company identified the following activities, costs, and activity drivers.Required1. Compute the activity rate for each activity.2. Compute a single plantwide overhead rate assuming that the company assigns overhead based on 100,000 budgeted direct laborhours.

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  • Chester Inc. has identified activity centers to which overhead costs are assigned. The cost pool amounts for these centers and their selected activity drivers for 2013 follow.The company’s products and other operating statistics follow.a. Determine unit product cost using the appropriate cost drivers for each product. b. Before it ins

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  • Chocolate Bars, Inc. (CBI), manufactures creamy deluxe chocolate candy bars. The firm has developed three distinct products: Almond Dream, Krispy Krackle, and Creamy Crunch.CBI is profitable, but management is quite concerned about the profitability of each product and the product costing methods currently employed. In particular, managem

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  • Choice Foods Inc. uses activity-based costing to determine product costs. For each activity listed in the left column, match an appropriate activity base from the right column. You may use items in the activity base list more than once or not at all. Activity Activity BaseAccounting reports …………….Engineering c

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  • Choose a company in any of the following categories: airline, florist, bookstore, bank, grocery store, restaurant, college, retail clothing shop, movie theater, or lawn service. In this activity, you will be making reasonable estimates of the types of costs and activities associated with this company; companies do not typically publish in

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  • Christi, Inc., is using a costs-of-quality approach to evaluate design engineering efforts for a new skateboard. Christi’s senior managers expect the engineering work to reduce appraisal, internal failure, and external failure activities. The predicted reductions in activities over the 2-year life of the skateboards follow. Also shown a

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  • Christianson Corp. manufactures radiation- shielding glass panels. Suppose the company is considering spending the following amounts on a new TQM program: Strength- testingone item from each batch of panels.......................... $ 68,000 Training employees in TQM................................................................ $ 24,000

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  • Cincinnati Cycle Company produces two subassemblies, JY-63 and RX-67, used in manufacturing motorcycles. The company is currently using an absorption costing system that applies overhead based on direct-labor hours. The budget for the current year ending December 31, 20x4 is as follows:Jay Rexford, Cincinnati Cycle’s president, has bee

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