Topics: Revenue, Trigraph, Variable cost Pages: 4 (672 words) Published: June 18, 2011

1.Direct materials used = 6,000 + 7,000 – 1,000 = 12,000.
Cost of goods manufactured = 12,000 + 5,000 + (600 + 500 + 1,900 + 3,500) + 800 – 3,000 = 21,300.
Cost of goods sold = 4,000 + 21,300 – 5,300 = 20,000.
Gross margin = 31,800 - 20,000 = 11,800

2.B
3.D
4. D Sales 350,000 – CGS 160,000 = 190,000

5. B Sales 350,000 – CGS (variable) 160,000 – Var Sell and Adm 35,000 – Var Adm 15,000 = 140,000

6.C
7. A Orig data CM 20.00 X 3000 = 60,000 – FC 25,000 = NI 35,000 New scenario CM 12.50 X 2250 = 28,125 – FC 25,000 = NI 3,125
Decrease of 31,875

8.C BEP Sales = Fixed Exp/CM ratio = 1,400,000/.35 (2,100.000/6,000,000) = 4,000,000

9. B BEP Units = Fixed Exp/Unit CM ratio = 130,000 / 13.00 = 10,000 130,000 = Fixed Manu of 60,000 + Fixed selling and adm of 70,000 The 13.00 unit cm margin is calculated by dividing sales and var costs by 50,000.
10.C Var Exp/Unit = Unit Price – contribution margin ratio 36.00 = 60.00 - 24.00 (40% of \$60.00 per unit)

11.B BEP Sales = 28,800 / .4 = 72,000

12. C

13. A DM 13.00 + DL 55.00 + V OH 1.00 = 69.00

14. D DM 13.00 + DL 55.00 + V OH 1.00 + F OH 15.00 = 84.00
F OH = 130,500/8700

15.A Sales (8,300 X \$92) \$763,600 Variable Expenses
Beg Inv 0 Var Manu (8,700 X \$69) 600,300
Less EI (400 X 69) (27,600)
Variable CGS (572,700)
Variable Selling and Admin (8300 X 5)...