244142550 Principles Of Cost Accounting

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Principles of Cost Accounting Vanderbeck 16th Edition Test Bank Click here to download the test bank INSTANTLY!!! http://www.solutionsmanualtestbank.com/products/2013/04/29/principles-of-costaccounting-vanderbeck-16th-edition-test-bank Principles of Cost Accounting Vanderbeck 16th Edition Test Bank Principles of Cost Accounting Vanderbeck 16th Edition Test Bank ***THIS IS NOT THE ACTUAL TEXTBOOK. YOU ARE PURCHASING the Test Bank in e-version of the following textbook*** Name: Principles of Cost Accounting Author: Vanderbeck Edition: 16th ISBN-10: 1133187862 Type: Test Bank - The test bank is what most professors use an a reference when making exams for their students, which means there’s a very high chance that you will see a very…show more content…
There was no beginning or ending work in process. 5,000 units were completed and transferred out. The cost per unit is: A. $8.60 B. $5.20 C. $18.40 D. $4.60 10. Which of the following is not included in departmental product costs? A. Costs identifiable with the department. B. Costs added by prior production departments carried to the department. C. Cost of sales and administrative departments that have been allocated to the production department. D. Costs of factory service departments that have been allocated to the production department. Principles of Cost Accounting Vanderbeck 16th Edition Test Bank Principles of Cost Accounting Vanderbeck 16th Edition Test Bank 11. The primary task of process costing is to allocate total cost between: A. units finished during the period and units still in process at the end of the period. B. materials and conversion costs. C. units in process at the beginning of the period and units started during the period. D. units started during the period and units finished during the period. 12. Using the average cost method of process costing, the computation of manufacturing cost per equivalent unit considers: A. Current costs only. B. Current costs plus cost of beginning work in process inventory. C. Current costs plus cost of ending work in process inventory. D. Current costs less cost of beginning work in process inventory. The number of whole units that

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