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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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  • CKM is an architectural firm that designs and builds buildings. It prices each job on a cost plus 20% basis. Overhead costs in 2014 are $ 4,011,780. CKM’s simple costing system allocates overhead costs to its jobs based on number of jobs. There were three jobs in 2014. One customer, Sanders, has complained that the cost of its building

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  • Claire Company produces Tablets and Books. Total overhead costs traditionally have been allocated on the basis of direct labor hours. After implementing activity-based costing, managers determined the following cost pools and cost drivers. They also decided that general costs should no longer be allocated to products. Other information i

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  • Clare’s Super Cake Company makes very elaborate wedding cakes to order. The company’s owner, Clare Cole, has provided the following data concerning the activity rates in its activity-based costing system:Activity Cost Pools Activity RateGuest related …………………… $0.90 per guestTier related …………………….. $3

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  • Clark and Shiffer LLP perform activities related to e-commerce consulting and information systems in Vancouver, British Columbia. The firm, which bills $140 per hour for services performed, is in a very tight local labor market and is having difficulty finding quality help for its overworked professional staff. The cost per hour for profe

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  • Clarke, Inc., manufactures door panels. Suppose Clarke is considering spending the following amounts on a new total quality management (TQM) program:Clarke expects the new program would save costs through the following:Requirements1. Classify each cost as a prevention cost, an appraisal cost, an internal failure cost, or an external fai

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  • Clason corp. manufactures radiation- shielding glass panels. Suppose Clason is considering spending the following amounts on a new TQM program:Strength- testing one item from each batch of panels.......................... $ 62,000 Training employees in TQM..................................................................... $ 23,000Traini

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  • Classic Car Accessory Company manufactures three chrome-plated products— automobile bumpers, valve covers, and wheels. These products are manufactured in two production departments (Stamping and Plating). The factory overhead for Classic Car is $423,000.The three products consume both machine hours and direct labor hours in the two prod

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  • Classic Clubs, Inc., manufactures professional golf clubs in a continuous manufacturing process. Demand has been so great that the company has built a special plant that makes only custom-crafted clubs. The clubs are shaped by machines but vary according to the customer’s sex, height, weight, and arm length. Ten basic sets of clubs are

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