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Budgeted

production for the period is 80,000units. Which are

expected to take 120,000 hours to produce? The fixed

overhead expenditure budget is $720,000. The standard

fixed overhead cost per unit is therefore $9(1.5

hours per unit at $6 per hours). Actual output for

the period was 81,500 units. These took 130,000 hours

to produce and fixed overhead expenditure was

$767,000. What was the fixed overhead volume variance

for the period?

a. $13,500(a)

b. $50,000(f)

c. $13,500(f)

d. $33,500(A)

e. $45,300(A)

Answer:

(Budgeted production actual production)x

standard OH rate per unit

(80,000 81,500)x 9

1,500 x 9 = 13,500(F)

81,500 x 9 = 733,500

(actual output x standard rate) x budgeted fixed

OH

81,500 x 9

720,000

733,500 720,000 = 13,500 (F)

2. A company budgets to produce 25,000 units of product

H90 monthly, each unit requiring 15 minutes of labour

time. The standard direct labour rate is $16 per hour

and the standard variable production overhead rate is

$2 per hour. During October 23,000 units of H90 were

produced. The labour time required for production was

5,500 hours. Direct labour hours costs were $90,750

and variable production overhead costs were $9,900.

What was the direct labour efficiency variance in

October?

a. 4,125(f)

b. 4,125(a)

c. 4,000(a)

d. 8,000(a)

e. 4,000(f)

Answer:

time) x standard rate

23,000 x 15 / 60 = 5,750

(5,750 5,500)x 16

250 x 16 = 4000(F)

estimation of sales revenue in the budgeting

process?

a. Managerial fraud

b. Incremental budgeting

c. Budget bargaining

d. Asprational levels.

e. Budgetary slack.

4. the following incomplete WIP account is for process 2

during May:

Process account

units

$

Opening WIP b/fwd

2,000

10,210

Direct materials

18,000

74,250

Conversion costs

90,150

Normal loss

900

Abnormal loss

300

By products

1,800

Finished goods

14,000

Closing WIP c/fwd

3,000

the opening WIP, whose value consists of direct

materials $7,270 and conversion costs $2,850 has

complete for materials and 25% complete for conversion

costs, loss has no scrap value, but by product has a

sale value of $3 per unit. Closing WIP is 100% complete

for materials and 40% complete for conversion cost

using the FIFO method, the cost of finished output in

the method?

a. $115,700

b. $146,255

c. $74,250

d. $142,545

e. $155,255

average method the value of WIP is ?

a. $24,000

b. $20,400

c. $20,000

d. $18,600

e. $24,000

6. A company sets up a new division investing $800,000

in non-current assets with an anticipated successful

life of ten years and no scrap value. Annual profit

before depreciation is expected to be $200,000 each

year. The straight line method of depreciation will

be applied. The calculated ROI for the division for

the first three years, by expressing annual profits

as a percentage of the average net book value of

assets for the year, will be?

a. Year 1=15.0%,year 2=17.0% &year 3 =21.0%

b. Year 1=15.8%,year 2=17.6% &year 3 =20.0%

c. Year 1=5.0%, year 2=10.0% &year 3 =15.0%

d. Year 1=20.0%, year 2=17.6% &year3 =15.8%

e. Year 1=16.2%, year 2=17.8% &year 3=19.3%

ANSWER;

Average net book value = Original cost of asset

at start of investment +Cost of asset at the end

of the first year 2

= 800,000 + 720,000 =

1,520,000 = 760,000

2

2

ROI= net profit/cost of investment x 100%

Net profit= profit before tax depreceation

= 200,000 80,000 = 120,000

Depreceation of straight line = value of asset/no of yrs of

asset

= 800,000/10,000

=80,000

Profit year 1 ROI = 800,000 + 720,000 /2 =1,520,000/2 =

=120,000/760,000

= 15.78%

Year 2 = 720,000+640,000/2 = 1,360,000/2 =

=120,000/680,000

=17.6%

Year 3 = 640,000 +560,000/2 = 1,200,000/2

= 120,000/600,000

=20%

7. In items produced by a division in a bamaby group is

both sold in an intermediate external market and

transferred to another division within the group

where it is enhanced and sold to an external endmarket. If the external markets for both the

transferred item and the end product are perfect,

with no variable selling costs, the ideal transfer

price is..?

a. The market price in the intermediate market.

b. Full cost

c. The market price in the end market

d. A dual price arrangement.

i. The market price in the end market

ii. Full cost

iii. The market price in the intermediate

market.

iv. The lesser of (a) the market price in the

intermediate market, and (c) the market

price in the end market.

v. A dual price arrangement

8. A transport business makes a particular journey

regularly, and has established that the standard fuel

cost for each journey is 20 liters of fuel at $2 per

liters. Due to a change in the vehicle used for the

journey and an unexpected rise in fuel costs. It is

decided retrospectively that the standard cost per

journey should have been 18 liters at $2.50 per

liters. If the fuel consumption for the 120 journey

was 2,090 liters, the operational variance for fuel

consumption in the period was..?

a. $175(A)

b. $95(F)

c. $175(F)

d. $600(A)

e. $600(F)

Answer:

Operational variance=

Actual standard (revised)

=120 x 18 x 2.50 = 5400 (standard or revised)

Actual =

2090 x 2.50 = 5225

Favorable, because it is a cost, so whenever the

cost decrease it is a favourable one and vise

verse

9. Bamaby group has two divisions, division A and

Division B. division A makes a product A77 and is

able to sell 20,000 units in an external market at

$15 each. The variable cost of product A77 is $8 per

unit. Division B has offered to buy 3,000 additional

units of A77 from Division A to utilize its compare

capacity. The units transferred would be altered and

sold to division B customers for $15 each, after

incurring variable cost of alteration of $3 per unit.

The manager of division B will not pay more than $10

per unit for units of A77 transferred. The manager of

division A will not accept less than the external

market price of $15. head office decides on a dual

transfer price arrangements, with sales of A77 priced

at $15 for division A and purchased priced at $10 for

division B. therefore under this dual pricing

arrangement what loss would be charged to head office

for the transfer.?

a. $12,000

b. 0

c. $30,000

d. $15,000

e. $24,000

10. the following data relates to production in a

manufacturing business that uses absorption costing:

Absorption rate

150% of direct cost labour

Direct labour cost

$30,000

Actual production

Overhead expenditure

$42,600

Which of the following entries would be recorded in the

cost ledger?

a. Debit production overhead $7,400, credit

costing profit /loss $7,400

b. Debit production overhead $2,400, credit

costing profit/loss $2,400

c. Debit costing profit/loss $2,400, credit

production overhead $2,400

d. Debit WIP $2,400 , credit production overhead

$2,400

$2,400.

11. for which of the following purposes might a budget

be used;

a. Continuous improvement.

b. Recording costs.

c. Rewording good performance.

i. (A) Continuous improvement.

ii. (c) Rewording good performance.

iii. (b) Recoding cost and arise (a)

continuous improvement.

iv. (b)Recording costs only.

v. All of these

12. which one or more of the following statement is

true, spreadsheet model can be used to:

a. Prepare fixed budgets.

b. Prepare flexible budgets.

c. Calculate variance & present variance reports.

d. Prepare fixed-forward control reports.

i. A,B,C AND D

ii. A AND B ONLY

iii. A,B,AND C ONLY

iv. B AND C ONLY

13. During a particular week 1,200 liters were input

to process 1, normal loss is 10% of input. Losses can

be sold for $1.80 per liter costs of the process

totaled $12,096. Actual output was 1,120 liters.

There was no opening or closing work-in-process. The

net value of the abnormal gain in the week was?

a. There was no abnormal gain. It was an abnormal

loss $368.

b. $368

c. $376

d. $446

e. $448

Answer:

Units of abnormal gain =

Actual output expected output

Expected output = input normal loss

To calculate the cost of abnormal gain =

Input normal loss

Units of abnormal gain= 1,120 (1200-120=1080)= 40

cost of abnormal gain =12,096 0 = 12,096/108 = $11.2/unit

1080

Cost of per unit = 11.2 x 40 = 448

Sale price of abnormal gain = 40 x 1.8 = 72

448 72 = 376

April, it reported a profit of $56,500, opening

inventory was valued at $3,300 and closing inventory

at $1,900. If the business had used absorption

costing its opening inventory would have been $6,800

and closing inventory $4,100. What would have been

the reported profit using absorption costing?

a. $57,800

b. $56,300

c. $55,200

d. $53,800

e. $52,400

Answer:

Increase in inventory , marginal costing

3,300 1,900 = 1,400

Increase in inventory, absorption costing=

6,800 4,100 = 2,700

Difference (profit higher with absorption

costing)

1,400 2,700 = 1,300

Profit with marginal costing=

56,500 + 1,300 = 57,800

15. bamaby international has a subsidiary in country A

and another subsidiary in country B. the country A

subsidiary manufacture an item that has a variable

cost of $180 per unit and it transfers, 000 units

each year to the subsidiary in country B. the rate of

tax on company profit is 60% in country A and 25% in

country B. what would be the effect on the groups

be reduce in $240 per unit to $200?

a. Group profit would rise by $240,000

b. Group profit would rise by $140,000

c. Group profit would fall by $140,000

d. Group profit would fall by $210,000

e. Group profit would rise by $210,000

16. a level of performance or target for achievement

that an individual wishes to reach. Motivated

individual might seek to raise these in their

budget. The above description best describe?

a. Budgetary slack

b. Incentive scheme

c. Bonus system

d. Budget bargaining

e. Aspiration levels

17. Two profit centres trade with each other division

2 sells all its output to division 6, which comes to

an external market, the cost of each division are as

follows:

Division2

division6

Variable cost/unit

$5

$4

Fixed cost/month

$50,000

$45,000

Head office has decided that the transfer price

should be based on a two part tariff. Therefore, what

will be the transferred price?

a. A fixed price of $95,000 per month plus $0 per

unit transferred

b. A fixed price of $50,000 per month plus $4 per

unit transferred.

c. Fixed price of $45,000 per month plus $4 per

unit transferred.

d. Fixed price of $50,000 per month plus $5 per

unit transferred.

e. Fixed price of $45,000 per month plus $5 per

unit transferred.

18. Bambay division has net assets of $600,000 at

lobalance sheet value. The replacement cost of these

assets is estimated of the division 800,000 was

the assets were valued at replacement cost $32,000.

The company has a risk adjusted cost of capital of

12% but it has a large loan from a bank on which it

currently. What is the economic value added (EVA)

for bambay division (ignoring taxation).

a. $32,000

b. $96,000

c. $17,000

d. $24,000

e. $42,000

19. A business manufactures a single product. Budget

production for the period is 80,000 units. Which are

expected fixed overhead expenditure budget is

720,000. The standard fixed overhead cost per unit is

therefore $9 (1.5 hoursX6). Actual output for the

period was 81,500 units. These took 130,000 hours to

produce and fixed overhead expenditure what was the

fixed overhead volume variance for the period?

a. $33,500(A)

b. $13,500(A)

c. $13,500(F)

d. $60,000(F)

e. $46,000(A)

Answers;

81,500 80,000 = 1,500

1,500 x 9 = 13,500

20. Which of the following statement is correct?

a. Backflush accounting to particular appropriate

for job costing

b. Backflush accounting is based on a system of

continuous stock taking.

c. Backflush accounting make use of budget costs or

standard costs.

i. Statement A is correct.

ii. Statement C is correct.

iii. Both statement A and C is correct

iv. None of the statement is correct.(there is

no need for detailed tracking of material

movement through stores and production.)

v. Statement B is correct.

a senior manager, in which the budget holder argues

for more funds and the senior manager tries to reduce

description best describe?

a. Aspiration levels

b. Incremental budgeting

c. Budget baragaining

d. Staff dismissed

e. Budgetary slack.

22. The standard direct materials cost for a period is

$10 per unit, costing of 2.5 litres of material D at

$9 per litres. Actual output 1400 unit and materials

usage variance was $600(F). the actual usage of

material D in july was?

a. 3350 litres

b. 5350 liters

c. 3530 liters

d. 5530 liters

e. 600 liters

Answer;

Muv= (sqXsp)-(aqXsp)

600= 10x 14000

14000+600 = 10x

14600 = 10x

X= 1460

1460 -1400 = 60

60 x 2.5 = 150

1460 x 2.5 = 3,650

1400 x 2.5 = 3500

3500 150 = 3350

23. A variance report shows that in the pervious month

there was an adverse material price variance of $600.

It will $300 is investigate the variance to establish

whether the cause of the variance is controllable

from past experience. It 3has been estimated that is

a 0.25 probability that a price variance of this size

would reveal the need for control action. What must

be the minimum expected benefits from control action

to justify an investigation of this particular

variance in ?

a. $15,000

b. $1,200

c. $900

d. $600

e. $300

Answer

X x 0.25 300

0.25x 300 = 0

0.25x/0.25 = 300/0.25

X = 75

600 x 75% = 450 order control

600 x 25% = 150 0ut of order

= 600 300 = $300

24. The monthly production planning cost of Marget are

forecast using the trend:

Y= $50,000+$40x

Where y is the monthly production planning cost and x

is the number of batches processed each each month

may be estimated using a time series model

B= 200+6m

Where b is the de-seasonalized monthly activity level

and m represents the month number.

In month 25, the seasonal index value is 94. The

calculated production planning cosat for marget for

month 25, to nearest $1000 is/

a. $67,000

b. $60,000

c. $50,000

d. $53,000

e. $27,000

25. The Areadia division of butten group currently has

an investment base of $2.4m and annual profit of

$0.48m. it is considering the following. Three

mutually exclusive investment funds for which will be

supplied by the company:

Project

A

B

C

Initial outlay($000) 1400

600

400

Annual earning after

Depreciation($000)

350

200

88

Which investment would the investment manager prefer

if her aim to maximize the average ROI over the

period of new investment?

a. Investment C at average ROI = 66.7%

b. Investment B at average ROI = 25.8%

c. Investment A at average ROI = 25.8%

e. Investment C at average ROI = 25.8%

Answer

ROI= net profit/cost of investment x 100%

Net profit = profit before tax depreciation

26. An investment centre expected to make a profit of

$100,000 next year and to have capital employed of

$630,000. An opportunity to invest in new equipment

costing $140,000. The equipment would have a three

year life and would have a residual value of $20,000

at the end of year 3. The investment would increase

the annual cash profits of investment centers

performance in interested by residual income with

national interest charged at 10% on the midyear value

of net assets. If the investment is undertaken the

residual income in the first year will be?

a. $67,000

b. $43,000

c. $80,000

d. $41,000

e. $82,000

27. The following data relates to process 123 during

January;

Input quantity

5000 kilos

Process costs

$16,500

Actual output

4,600 kilos

There was no opening or closing WIP, loses are sold

for a net income of $2.35 per kilo. The net cost of

abnormal loss in January , to be charged as a cost in

the income statement?

a. $150

b. $15

c. $225

d. $325

e. $1500

below. What is the budgeted overhead cost per unit of

product S?

Product S

product T

Machine hours/ unit

3

Production runs required

2

Inspection during production 9

Production setup cost $126,000

Quality control cost

$72,000

600

3

5

7

overhead cost per unit of production S is?

a. $3,000

b. $54,875

c. $3,250

d. $31,875

e. $31,755

29. A company budgets to produce 25000 units of

product H90 monthly, each unit requiring 15 minutes

of labour times. The standard direct labour hour rate

is $16 per hour and standard variable production

overhead rate is $2 per hour. During October 23000

unit of H90 were produced, the labour time required

for production was 5,500 hours. Direct labour cost

were $90,750 and variable production overhead costs

were $9,900. What was the direct labour efficiency

variance in October?

a. $4000(F)

b. $8000(A)

c. $4125(F)

d. $4000(A)

e. $4125(A)

Answer:

(Actual standard time for actual output actual

time) X standard rate

23,000 X 15

= 5,750

60

5750 5500 X 16

250 X 16 = 4000 F

Statement 1: a sales budget and sales forecasts

should always be consistant with each other

Statement 2: responsibility accounting means

identifying the costs that budget center managers can

control

a. None is correct

b. Statement 1 only is correct but in context of

activity base costing

c. Statement 1 only is correct

d. Statement 2 only is correct

e. Both statement are correct.

31. A branch makes and sells two product P & Q the

following budget has been prepared

Product P

product Q

Sales price/unit

$3

$6

Kilos/unit

$2

$3

Budgeted fixed cost are $140,000

Budgeted sales are 20,000 units of product P and

product Q.

Calculate by how much the profit would be reducted or

increased it the total sales revenue is the same as

in the original budget revenue is one-third product P

and two-third product Q. therefore the profit would

fall or increase by?

a. $21,000 increase

b. $10,000 fall

c. $30,000 fall

d. $30,000 increase

e. $10,000 increase

ANSWER:

Contribution per unit

Q= sale price variable cost

= 6 -3 = 3 per unit

P= 3 -2 = 1 per unit

Then total contribution is =

Q = 3 x 50,000 = 150,000

P = 1 x 20,000 = 20,000

Total contribu = 170,000

Less fixed cost= 140,000

Budgeted profit = 30,000

50,000 X 2/3 = 33,333

40,000

When there is sales mix we must take the total mix unit.

For Q = 3 X 40,000 = 120,000

P = 1 X 40,000 = 40,000

Total contribution = 160,000

Less fixed cost

= 140,000

Mix profit

= 20,000

Then from all this information our profit are falling by

$10,000

32. The standard cost of a particular task is budgeted

as 0.75 hours of grade A labour at $10 per labour.

Due to a short was decided that the task should be

performed by grade B labour. An expert standard

labour cost for carring out 0.60 hours of grade B

labour at $14 per hour, during March. The task was

performed 250 times. The variance for this work in

march will be reported as planning and operational

variance. What is the planning variance?

a. $250 (F)

b. $225 (F)

c. $225(A)

d. $98(F)

e. $98(A)

Answer

(0.75x10)-(0.60x14)

7.5

8.4

0.9 x 250 = 225(A)

33. The intentional over-estimation of cost and for

under-estimation of sales revenue in the budgeting

process. The above description best describes:

a. Budget baragaining

b. Aspirational levels

c. Budgetary slack

d. Managerial fraud

e. Incremental budgeting

34. Which of the following is the most suitable

definition of a performance metric?

a. A record of performance

c. A performance target

d. A measure of actual performance

i. (C)a performance target

ii. (A) a record of performance

iii. (A)a record of performance and also (c) a

performance target.

iv. (B)a measure used to monitor performance

v. (D) a measure of actual performance

35. A company makes & sells two products X & Y

budgeted data for the next period are as follows:

Product X

product Y

Production unit

3,500

5,200

Sells unit

4,000

5,000

X

Y

Production cost of units in the period

53

26

Production costs of opening inventory

53

26

Sales price

70

35

The budgeted gross profit for the period is?

a. $111,000

b. $113,000

c. $311,000

d. $131,000

e. $133,000

product A44 is as follows:

Material A 4 liters

@ $5 per liter

$20

Material B 1 liters

@ $10 per liter

$10

Material C 3 liters

@ $2 per liter

$6

Total

$36

During February 1,000 units of A44 were produced and the

usage of material included 4,800 liters of material A and

900 liters of material B. the material yield variance was

$900 adverse. The quantity of material C used was?

a. 3,600 liters

b. 2,500 liters

c. 2,000 liters

d. 500 liters

e. 2,550 liters

Type of

Material

A

B

C

SQ for

AQ

4000

1000

3000

SQ

SQxSP

5

10

2

20000

10000

6000

36000

AQ

AP

AQxAP

AQxAP

AQxSP

4800

5

900

10

x

2

5700+x

24000

900

2x

24000

9000

2x

24000

9000

2x

RQ

RQXSP

2850+0.5X

14,250+2.5X

712.5+0.125X 7125+1.25X

2137.5+0.375X 4275+0.75X

25650+ 4.5X

4000/8000 X 5700+x = 5X0.5 X 5700+x= 2850+0.5x

1000/8000 X 5700+x = 10 X 0,125 X 5700+x = 712.5+0.125x

MMV=RQXSP - AQXSP

900=(25,650+4.5x) - (33000+2x)

900= 7350 2.5x

7350 900=2.5x

6450/2.5 = 2.5x/2.5x

=2580

MYV= (SQXSP) - (RQXSP)

-900= 36,000 25,650 + 4.5x

-900= 10,350 + 4.5x

-10,350-900=4.5x

-11,250 = 4.5

X= -2500

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