ACC 256 FINAL
Product A has a contribution margin of $16
ACC 256 FINAL
Product A has a contribution margin of $16.00 per unit, a contribution margin ratio of 45%, and requires 5.00 machine-hours to produce. Product B has a contribution margin of $18.00 per unit, a contribution margin ratio of 50%, and requires 5.00 machine-hours to produce. If the constraint is machine-hours, then the company should emphasize...
Marion Company sells its product for $146 per unit. The company's unit product cost based on the full capacity of 300,000 units is as follows.
Direct materials $26.00
Direct labor 33.00
Manufacturing overhead 45.00
Unit product cost $104.00
A special order offering to buy 130,000 units has been received from a foreign distributor. The only selling costs that would be incurred on this order would be $23.00 per unit for shipping. The company has sufficient idle capacity to manufacture the additional units. Two-thirds of the manufacturing overhead is fixed and would not be affected by this order. In negotiating a price for the special order, the minimum acceptable selling price per unit should be...
Consider the following production and cost data for the two versions of the product that is manufactured and sold by Bellows Corporation:
CM per unit $427.80 $458.80
Set-ups per unit 23 31
Only 188,945 machine set-ups can be performed each year due to limited supply of skilled labor. There is unlimited demand for each product. The largest possible total contribution margin that can be realized each year is...
When a manager increases the capacity of the bottleneck, it is called ______ the constraint.
Information concerning three of Edgecomb Pottery's products follows.
Plates Bowls Platters
Selling price / unit $46 $134 $170
Variable cost / unit 14.0 41 40
Hrs required / unit 1 3 4
More time could be made available by asking employees in the studio to work overtime. Assuming that this extra time would be used to produce bowls, the amount that the company should be willing to pay per hour to keep the studio open after normal working hours is...
Sentinel Inc. manufactures three products from a common input in a joint processing operation. Joint processing costs up to the split-off point total $68,000 per year. The company allocates these costs to the joint products on the basis of their total sales value at the split-off point. These sales values are as follows: Product X, $34,000; Product Y, $61,200; and Product Z, $40,800. Each product may be sold at the split-off point or processed further. The additional processing costs and the sales value after further processing for each product (on an annual basis) are as follows.
Product X Product Y Product Z
Additional $13,600 $39,200 $9,600 processing
Sales value 54,400 94,800 55,000
The product or products that should be sold at the split-off point is (are)...
Products A and B are joint products. Product A can be sold for $1,750 at the split-off point, or processed further at a cost of $1,095 and then sold for $2,690. Product B can be sold for $4,100 at the split-off point, or processed further at a cost of $1,130 and then sold for $5,540. The company should process further...