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Chapter 19: Cost Management Systems: Activity-Based, Just-inTime, and Quality Management Systems

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Horngren'S Financial And Managerial Accounting
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133 Questions for Chapter 19: Cost Management Systems: Activity-Based, Just-inTime, and Quality Management Systems

  1. Consider the following characteristics of either a JIT production system or a traditional production system. Indicate whether each is characteristic of a JIT production system or a traditional production system.

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  2. Use the following information to complete Short Exercises S20-10 through S20-15.

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  3. Use the following information to complete Short Exercises S20-10 through S20-15.

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  4. Stegall, Inc. manufactures motor scooters. For each of the following examples of quality costs, indicate which of the following quality cost categories each example represents: prevention costs, appraisal costs, internal failure costs, or external failure costs.

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  5. Use the following information to complete Short Exercises S20-10 through S20-15.

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  6. Use the following information to complete Short Exercises S20-16 and S20-17.

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  7. Use the following information to complete Short Exercises S20-16 and S20-17.

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  8. Using terminology Match the following terms with the correct definitions:

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  9. Franklin, Inc. uses activity-based costing to account for its chrome bumper manufacturing process. Company managers have identified four manufacturing activities:

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  10. Koehler makes handheld calculators in two models: basic and professional. Koehler estimated $721,000 of manufacturing overhead and 515,000 machine hours for the year. The basic model actually consumed 230,000 machine hours, and the professional model consumed 285,000 machine hours.

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