ACC 561 Final Exam
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1). _____ refers to accounting information developed for managers within an organization. A. Internal auditing
B. Managerial accounting
C. Financial accounting
D. Tax accounting
2). Ethical accountants are important to society because _____. A. they pay their taxes
B. the information produced is reliable
C. they will not go to prison and waste taxpayers’ money D. none of these answers is correct
3). Performance reports _____.
A. are quantitative expressions of action plans
B. provide feedback by comparing results with plans and by highlighting deviations from plans C. are deviations from a plan
D. ignore areas that are presumed to be running smoothly
4). Output measures of both resources and activities are _____. A. cost drivers
B. stages of production
C. fixed activities
D. variable activities
5). An accountant may have difficulty classifying costs as fixed or variable because _____. a. costs may behave in a nonlinear way
b. costs may be affected by more than one cost driver c. the decision situation may cause the costs to be fixed in the short term d. all of these answers are correct
6). If the proportions in a sales mix change, the _____.
a. contribution margin per unit increases
b. break even point will remain the same
c. cost volume profit relationship also changes
d. net income will not be altered
7). _____ will decrease a company's break-even point.
8).Costs that change abruptly at intervals of activity because the resources and their costs come in indivisible chunks are called ¬¬¬¬¬_____.
9). _____ arise as a result of strategic decisions about the scale and scope of an organization's activities.
10). _____ is the first step in estimating or predicting costs as a function of appropriate cost drivers.
11). The process of identifying appropriate cost drivers and their effects on the costs of making a product or providing a service is called ¬¬¬¬¬_____.
12). _____ is not a primary purpose of a cost management system.
13).Where a specific product is the cost object, the materials used to manufacture the product would probably be classified as a(n) _____.
14). _____ is a name for a system that first accumulates overhead costs for each of the activities of an organization, and then assigns the costs of activities to the products, services, or other cost objects that caused that activity.
15). _____ is the process of measuring products, services, and activities against the best levels of performance.
16).Couch Company can produce either product A or product B. If Couch Company produces product A, expected direct material cost would be $24,000. If Couch Company produces product B, expected direct material cost would be $24,000. In choosing between these alternatives, the $24,000 direct material cost is _____.
17).The choice of the absorption or contribution approach affects the manufacturing cost per unit because the manufacturing cost per unit is _____.
18). The product strategy in which companies first determine the price at which they can sell a new product and then design a product that can be produced at a low enough cost to provide an adequate profit margin is referred to as _____.
19). Jack Bowers has paid off the mortgage on his house and continues to live in the house. The interest income forgone by not selling the house and investing the proceeds is an example of a(n) ____.
20). _____ would be a consideration in a make-or-buy decision.
21). In deciding whether to add or delete a product, service, or department, the salary of the plant manager is an _____.
22). Depreciation is _____....
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