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Under the high low method, how is the variable cost calculated?

(Total cost at the highest level of activity – total cost at the lowest level of activity) / (number of units / labour hour at the highest level of activity - number of units / labour hour at the lowest level of activity)

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Under the high low method, how is fixed cost calculated?

By subtracting total variable cost from total cost

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Under what method is variable cost calculated the following way?

(Total cost at the highest level of activity – total cost at the lowest level of activity) / (number of units / labour hour at the highest level of activity - number of units / labour hour at the lowest level of activity)

The high low method

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Under what method is fixed cost calculated the following way?

By subtracting total variable cost from total cost

The high low method

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How is the predetermined rate calculated for job order costing?

Estimated total manufacturing cost overhead / Estimated total amount of the allocation base

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How is the predetermined rate different from machine overhead rate per machine hour?

It also includes a portion of the fixed cost allocated to the unit.

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What happens to over applied overhead?

It is credited against cost of goods sold.

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For example, Lowry Locomotion is considering the purchase of new equipment to expand the production capacity of its toy tractor product line. The addition will increase Lowry's operating costs by $100,000 per year, though sales will also be increased. Relevant information is noted in the following table:

The table reveals that both the _________ and profits worsen slightly as a result of the equipment purchase, so expanding production capacity is probably not a good idea.

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margin of safety

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For example, Lowry Locomotion is considering the purchase of new equipment to expand the production capacity of its toy tractor product line. The addition will increase Lowry's operating costs by $100,000 per year, though sales will also be increased. Relevant information is noted in the following table:

The table reveals that both the margin of safety and profits worsen slightly as a result of the equipment purchase, so _______________ is probably not a good idea.

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expanding production capacity