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Flexible Budget: Overhead Cost Variance MCQ Questions and Answers PDF Download eBook - 1

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MCQ: The production volume variance is also called

  1. denominator level variance
  2. numerator level variance
  3. price level variance
  4. cost level variance


MCQ: In the budgeted fixed overhead rate, the number of machine hours are considered as

  1. denominator level
  2. numerator level
  3. fixed level
  4. variable level


MCQ: An indirect support labor costs and costs of indirect energy are considered as

  1. variable batch costs
  2. fixed batch costs
  3. variable setup costs
  4. fixed setup costs


MCQ: An actual quantity of cost allocation base is $56000, budgeted quantity of cost allocation base is $17000, then the variable overhead efficiency variance is

  1. $39,000
  2. $49,000
  3. $59,000
  4. $73,000


MCQ: The step of installing production scheduling procedure, to improve plant operations is considered as

  1. potential cost response
  2. potential budget response
  3. potential management response
  4. potential price response