Identify Cost Graphs The following cost graphs illustrate various types of cost behavior: Cost Graph One Cost Graph Two 0 Total Units Produced 0 Total Units Produced Cost Graph Three Cost Graph Four 0 Total Units Produced Total Units Produced For each of the following costs, identify the cost graph that best illustrates its cost behavior as the number of units produced increases: a. Total direct materials cost b. Electricity costs of $1,000 per month plus $0.10 per kilowatt-hour c. Per-unit cost of straight-line depreciation on factory equipment d. Salary of quality control supervisor, $20,000 per month e. Per-unit direct labor cost

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Identify Cost Graphs
The following cost graphs illustrate various types of cost behavior:
Cost Graph One
Cost Graph Two
0
Total Units Produced
0
Total Units Produced
Cost Graph Three
Cost Graph Four
0
Total Units Produced
Total Units Produced

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Identify Cost Graphs The following cost graphs illustrate various types of cost behavior: Cost Graph One Cost Graph Two 0 Total Units Produced 0 Total Units Produced Cost Graph Three Cost Graph Four 0 Total Units Produced Total Units Produced

For each of the following costs, identify the cost graph that best illustrates its cost behavior as the number of units produced increases:
a. Total direct materials cost
b. Electricity costs of $1,000 per month plus $0.10 per kilowatt-hour
c. Per-unit cost of straight-line depreciation on factory equipment
d. Salary of quality control supervisor, $20,000 per month
e. Per-unit direct labor cost

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For each of the following costs, identify the cost graph that best illustrates its cost behavior as the number of units produced increases: a. Total direct materials cost b. Electricity costs of $1,000 per month plus $0.10 per kilowatt-hour c. Per-unit cost of straight-line depreciation on factory equipment d. Salary of quality control supervisor, $20,000 per month e. Per-unit direct labor cost

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