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MGT402 All Current Final Term Papers Fall 2012 (20 February to 03 March 2013) at one Place

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MGT402 Final Term Paper Attempted by Hijaab Mehar

24-02-2013

Total 60 Questions. 52 Mcqz and 8 were descriptive questions.

 

1- Differentiate between incremental cost and avoidable cost. (M - 3)

 

2-   Margin of safety Rs. 75000
Budgeted sales Rs. 650000

Calculate Margin of safety Ratio. ----- (M - 3)

 

3- Give the formulas of the following:

Production budget

Sales budget ----- (M - 3)

 

4- Hussain Corporation annually produces 10,000 units of assembly part number 206. An outside supplier has offered to manufacture the part at Rs. 9 per unit. If Hussain Corporation decides to buy the part, they will be able to rent the existing area for Rs. 8,000 per year. Listed below are Hussain’s total costs to produce part 206:

 

Rs.

Total (Rs.)

Direct material

2.50

25,000

Direct Labor

4.00

40,000

Variable overhead

2.25

22,500

Fixed Overhead

0.75

7,500

Total

9.50

95,000

Assuming that no additional costs are incurred in purchasing the part, what should be the opportunity cost for Hussain Corporation if it will buy? Support your answer with computations. (M - 5)

 

5- Following cost were incurred during a period.

Direct material cost Rs. 4000000

Direct labor and FOH Rs. 3000000

Beginning inventory cost Rs. 1000000

Ending inventory cost Rs. 2000000

Ending inventory decreased by Rs. 75000

How much was the sales for that period? (M - 5)

6- One question was about calculating profit under absorption costing method. (M - 5)
(You will find full question in uzair hussain’s mgt402 solved subjective file)

7- T & M Wild Corporation anticipates sales of Rs. 9, 00,000 for the current year. The percentage of gross profit from sales has been 40% in past years. Operating expenses are expected to be Rs. 2, 00,000, of which 45% is administrative expenses and 55% is selling expenses. Assuming 40% tax rate. Prepare a Budgeted income statement for the for the T & M Wild Corporation year 2009.  (M - 5)

8- There are two approaches of accounting treatment of ‘’By-Product’’ define it. (M - 5)

Can someone please solve these questions. I am very weak in this subject. PLz plz plz

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kon c Objective file mn sy a rha hai paper wo upload kren na.subjective ka to idea mil gea hai.but obj kon c file sy a rha hai wo fresh upload kr den aaj he.

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some old subjective data may be helpful

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The Regal, Inc. makes 35,000 motors to be used in the production of its sewing machines. The cost per motor at this level of activity would be:

Particular

Rs.

Direct materials

4.50

Direct labor

4.60

Variable factory overhead

3.75

Fixed factory overhead

3.45

An outside supplier recently began producing a comparable motor for the sewing machine. The price to Regal for this motor is Rs. 15. If Regal decided not to make the motors, there would be no other use for the production facilities. Required: If Regal decides to continue making the motor, how much higher or lower would net income be than if the motors are purchased from the outside supplier?

is question ki samj ni aa rai some one help

ya lo g muj sa jo solve howy

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