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# ACC 202 Exam 2 Formulas and Definitions ACC 202

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This is more of a formula sheet included with definitions of terms
COURSE
Managerial Accounting
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Dr. Stephen Weissmueller
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Study Guide
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Accounting
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Exam 2 Formulas and Definitions Formulas 1) Sales revenue = price per unit * number of units sold 2) Total variable costs = variable cost per unit * number of units sold 3) Operating income = sales revenue – total variable costs – total fixed costs 4) Break even units a. Total fixed costs/(price per unit – total variable costs) b. (total fixed costs + desired ending profit)/contribution margin per unit 5) Variable cost ratio a. Total variable costs/sales revenue b. Variable cost per unit/price per unit 6) Total contribution margin = sales revenue – total variable costs 7) Contribution margin ratio a. Total contribution margin/sales revenue b. Contribution margin per unit/price per unit 8) Contribution margin per unit = price per unit – variable cost per unit 9) Break even sales a. Total fixed costs/contribution margin ratio b. (total fixed costs + desired ending profit)/contribution margin ratio 10) Margin of safety = sales revenue – breakeven sales 11) Degree of operating leverage = total contribution margin/operating income 12) Percentage change in operating income = degree of operating leverage * percent change in sales 13) Amount in increase in operating income = operating income * percentage change in operating income 14) Absorption costing product cost = direct material + direct labor + variable overhead + fixed overhead 15) Variable costing product cost = direct material + direct labor + variable overhead 16) Total inventory related costs = ordering costs + carrying costs 17) Ordering costs = number of orders per year * cost of placing an order 18) Average number of units in inventory = (units in order)/2 19) Carrying costs = average number of units in inventory * cost of carrying one unit in inventory 20) Economic Order Quality (EOQ) = √(2*cost of placing an order*annual demand for item in units/cost of carrying one unit in inventory for one year) 21) Reorder point = daily usage * lead time 22) Safety stock = (maximum daily usage – average daily usage) * lead time Definitions 1) Absorption costing: assigns all manufacturing costs to a product 2) Carrying costs: cost of keeping and storing inventory (insurance, inventory taxes, obsolescence, handling costs, storage, and opportunity costs) 3) Common fixed costs: jointly caused by 2 segments 4) Direct fixed costs: directly traceable to a segment 5) Economic order quality (EOQ): the number of units in the optimal size order quantity and minimizes total inventory-related 6) Just in time: this approach maintains that goods should be pulled through the system by present demand rather than being pushed through on a fixed schedule based on anticipated demand 7) Lead time: time required to receive EOQ once the order is placed or setup is started 8) Ordering costs: cost of receiving and placing an order 9) Reorder point: point in time when a new order should be placed or setup started 10) Safety stock: the extra inventory carried to serve as insurance against changes in demand 11) Segment: as subunit of a company of sufficient importance to warrant the production of performance reports 12) Segment margin: profit contribution each component makes toward covering of firm’s common fixed costs 13) Stock out costs: cost of having a product available when demanded by a customer or the cost of not having a raw material when needed for production 14) Variable costing: assigns only variable manufacturing costs to the product 15) Breakeven point: total revenue equals total cost point 16) Contribution margin: amount of sales revenue left over after all variable expenses are covered that can be used to contribute to fixed expenses and operating income 17) Contribution margin income statement: statement format that’s based on separation of costs into fixed and variable components 18) Contribution margin ratio: percentage of sales dollars remaining after variable costs are covered; the proportion of each sales dollar available to cover fixed costs to provide for profit 19) Cost-Volume-Profit Analysis: estimates how changes in costs, sales volume, and price affect a company’s profit 20) Cost structure: a company’s mix of fixed costs relative to variable costs 21) Cost-Volume-Profit Graph: depicts the relationship among cost, volume, and profits by plotting the total revenue line and total cost line 22) Degree of operating leverage: can be measured for a given level of sales by taking the ratio of contribution margin to operating income 23) Indifferent point: the quantity at which two systems produce the same operating income 24) Margin of safety: units sold or revenue earned above the break- even volume 25) Operating leverage: it’s the use of fixed costs to extract higher percentage changes in profits as sales activity changes; higher percentage will cause greater reduction in profits as sales decrease 26) Profit volume graph: visually portrays the relationship between profits (operating income) and units sold 27) Sales mix: relative combination of products being sold by a firm 28) Sensitivity analysis: “what if” technique that examines the impact of changes in underlying assumptions 29) Variable cost ratio: proportion of each sales dollar that must be used to cover variable expenses

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