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Capital Budgeting & Inflation Questions and Answers : Quiz 214

MCQ 1066:

The decrease in purchasing power of any monetary unit such as euro, dollars etc. is classified as

1. net investment parity
2. inflation
MCQ 1067:

If the total setup cost is \$35000 and fixed setup cost is \$19000, then the variable fixed cost would be

1. \$16,000
2. \$54,000
3. \$64,000
4. \$74,000
MCQ 1068:

If the actual input quantity is 300 units and the budgeted input quantity is 100 units, then the efficiency variance will be

1. 600 units
2. 200 units
3. 400 units
4. 500 units
MCQ 1069:

The book value of existing equipment is a historical cost and not necessary for deciding equipment replacement, thus it can be considered as

1. operating cost
2. sunk cost
3. in-house cost
4. out-house cost
MCQ 1070:

Total transferred-out cost plus normal spoilage is divided by number of goods units produced, to calculate

1. cost per good units transferred out
2. cost per good units transferred in
3. revenue per good units transferred out
4. revenue per good units transferred in