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Question;101.;Mandy Company has the following direct labor costs last month;What was Mandy's;direct labor flexible-budget variance?;A.;\$15,120 unfavorable.;B.;\$20,800 unfavorable.;C.;\$36,720 favorable.;D.;\$42,480 favorable.;E.;\$79,920 favorable.;102.;A company's flexible;budget for 15,000 units of production showed sales of \$48,000, variable costs;of \$18,000, and fixed costs of \$12,000. The operating income in the master;budget for 20,000 units is;A.;\$8,000.;B.;\$13,500.;C.;\$24,000.;D.;\$28,000.;E.;\$30,000.;103. A;company's master budget for October is to manufacture and sell 30,000 units for;a total of \$270,000 with total variable costs of \$180,000 and total fixed costs;of \$24,000. The company actually manufactured and sold 32,000 units and generated;\$45,000 of operating income in October. The flexible-budget operating income in;October is;A.;\$27,000.;B.;\$70,400.;C.;\$72,000.;D.;\$83,520.;E.;\$86,400.;104. A;company's master budget for October is to manufacture and sell 30,000 units for;a total of \$270,000 with total variable costs of \$180,000 and total fixed costs;of \$24,000. The company actually manufactured and sold 32,000 units and;generated \$45,000 of operating income in October. The operating income;flexible-budget (FB) variance is;A.;\$3,600 unfavorable.;B.;\$6,000 unfavorable.;C.;\$15,400 unfavorable.;D.;\$21,000 unfavorable.;E.;\$27,000 unfavorable.;105. A;company's master budget for October is to manufacture and sell 30,000 units for;a total of \$270,000 with total variable costs of \$180,000 and total fixed costs;of \$24,000. The company actually manufactured and sold 32,000 units and;generated \$45,000 of operating income in October. The sales volume variance, in;terms of operating income, for October is;A.;\$3,600 favorable.;B.;\$6,000 favorable.;C.;\$15,400 favorable.;D.;\$21,000 favorable.;106. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U. The actual amount of operating income earned;in September was;A.;\$15,000.;B.;\$40,000.;C.;\$63,000.;D.;\$78,000.;E.;\$105,000.;107. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U. The total amount of variable costs in the;flexible budget for September was;A.;\$129,000.;B.;\$192,000.;C.;\$200,000.;D.;\$208,000.;E.;\$255,000.;108. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U), and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U). The amount of operating income in the;flexible budget (FB) for September was;A.;\$40,000.;B.;\$48,000.;C.;\$56,000.;D.;\$70,000.;E.;\$78,000.;109. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U.The budgeted fixed cost is;A.;\$30,000.;B.;\$45,000.;C.;\$71,000.;D.;\$78,000.;E.;\$93,000.;110. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U. The sales volume variance, in terms of;operating income, is;A.;\$20,000 unfavorable.;B.;\$27,000 unfavorable.;C.;\$36,000 unfavorable.;D.;\$75,000 unfavorable.;E.;\$90,000 unfavorable.;111.;In September, Larson;Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and incurred a total;cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The flexible budget for;September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances of the period were;total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U, total flexible-budget;variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms of contribution;margin, \$27,000U. The master budget operating income for September was;A.;\$78,000.;B.;\$105,000.;C.;\$108,000.;D.;\$110,000.;E.;\$135,000.;112. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U. The total number of budgeted units reflected;in the master budget for September was;A.;36,000 units.;B.;40,000 units.;C.;45,000 units.;D.;48,000 units.;E.;50,000 units.;113. In;September, Larson Inc. sold 40,000 units of its only product for \$240,000 and;incurred a total cost of \$225,000, of which \$25,000 is fixed costs. The;flexible budget for September showed total sales of \$300,000. Among variances;of the period were: total variable cost flexible-budget variance, \$8,000U;total flexible-budget variance, \$63,000U, and, sales volume variance, in terms;of contribution margin, \$27,000U. The total sales revenue in the master budget;for September was;A.;\$300,000.;B.;\$327,000.;C.;\$350,000.;D.;\$375,000.;E.;\$425,000.;114. Shoemaker;Perkins Company uses a standard cost system and had 400 pounds of raw material;X15 on hand on September 1. The standard cost is \$10 per pound. The standard;calls for 2 pounds of material X15 for each unit of the product manufactured.;The company manufactured 600 units of the product in September, and had 500;pounds of Material X-15 in stock on September 30. The actual price for Material;X-15 purchased during the month was \$1 per pound below the standard cost. The material;usage variance in September was \$3,000 unfavorable. What is the purchase-price;variance for Material X in September?;A.;\$1,100 favorable.;B.;\$1,200 favorable.;C.;\$1,300 favorable.;D.;\$1,500 favorable.;E.;\$1,600 favorable.;115. Sheldon;Company manufactures only one product and uses a standard cost system. During;the past month, the manufacturing operations had the following variances;Direct labor rate variance = \$30,000 Favorable. Direct labor efficiency;variance = \$50,000 Unfavorable. Sheldon allows 5 standard direct labor hours;per unit produced, and its standard direct labor hourly rate is \$50. During the;month, the company used 25 percent more direct labor hours than the standard;allowed. What was the direct labor flexible-budget (FB) variance for the month?;A.;\$20,000 unfavorable.;B.;\$25,000 unfavorable.;C.;\$37,500 favorable.;D.;\$62,500 unfavorable.;E.;\$80,000 unfavorable.;116. Sheldon;Company manufactures only one product and uses a standard cost system. During;the past month, the manufacturing operations had the following variances;Direct labor rate variance = \$30,000 Favorable, direct labor efficiency;variance = \$50,000 Unfavorable. Sheldon allows 5 standard direct labor hours;per unit produced, and its standard direct labor hourly rate is \$50. During the;month, the company used 25 percent more direct labor hours than the standard;allowed. What were the total standard hours allowed for the units manufactured;during the month?;A.;1,000.;B.;2,500.;C.;4,000.;D.;5,000.;E.;6,000.;117. Sheldon;Company manufactures only one product and uses a standard cost system. During;the past month, the manufacturing operations had the following variances;Direct labor rate variance \$30,000 Favorable, direct labor efficiency variance;\$50,000 Unfavorable. Sheldon allows 5 standard direct labor hours per unit;produced, and its standard direct labor hourly rate is \$50. During the month;the company used 25 percent more direct labor hours than the standard allowed.;What were the total actual direct hours worked?;A.;1,000.;B.;3,000.;C.;4,000.;D.;5,000.;E.;6,000.;118.Sheldon Company;manufactures only one product and uses a standard cost system. During the past;month, the manufacturing operations had the following variances: Direct labor;rate variance = \$30,000 Favorable, direct labor efficiency variance = \$50,000;Unfavorable. Sheldon allows 5 standard direct labor hours per unit produced;and its standard direct labor hourly rate is \$50. During the month, the;company;used 25 percent more direct labor hours than the standard allowed. What was the;actual hourly rate for direct labor?;A.;\$30.;B.;\$36.;C.;\$44.;D.;\$50.;E.;\$56.;119. Sheldon;Company manufactures only one product and uses a standard cost system. During;the past month, the manufacturing operations had the following variances;Direct labor rate variance \$30,000 Favorable. Direct labor efficiency variance;50,000 Unfavorable Sheldon allows 5 standard direct labor hours per unit;produced, and its standard direct labor hourly rate is \$50. During the month;the company used 25 percent more direct labor hours than the standard allowed.;How many units of the product were produced during the past month?;A.;800.;B.;1,000.;C.;1,200.;D.;1,500.;E.;2,000.;120. Ventura;uses a just-in-time (JIT) manufacturing system for all of its materials;components, and products. The master budget of the company for June called for;use of 11,000 square feet of materials, while the flexible budget for the;actual output of the month had 10,000 square feet of materials at a standard;cost of \$9.60 per square foot. Company records show that the actual price paid;for the materials used in June was \$9.50 per square foot, and that the direct;materials purchase-price variance for the month was \$1,040.;The actual total;quantity of materials purchased during the month was;A.;10,000 square feet.;B.;10,400 square feet.;C.;11,000 square feet.;D.;13,840 square feet.;E.;14,880 square feet.

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