Managerial Accounting: E10-1 A number of costs are listed below that may be relevant in decisions

Managerial Accounting Exercise 10-1 Identifying Relevant Costs A number of costs are listed below that may be relevant in decisions faced by the management of Poulsen & Sonner A/S, a Danish furniture manufacturer: 1. The company chronically runs at capacity and the old Model A3000 machine is the company's constraint. Management is considering the purchase of a new Model B3800 machine is to use in addition to the company's present Model A3000 machine. The old Model A3000 machine will continue to be used to capacity as before, with the new Model B3800 being used to expand production. The increase in volume will be large enough to require increases in fixed selling expenses and in general administration overhead, but not in the general fixed manufacturing overhead. 2. The old Model A3000 machine is not the company's constraint, but management is considering replacing it with a new Model B3800 machine because of the potential savings in direct materials cost with a new machine. The Model A3000 machine would be sold This change will have no effect on production or sales, other than some savings in direct materials costs due to less waste. Item a. Sales revenue b. Direct materials c. Direct labor d. Variable manufacturing overhead e. Book value-Model A3000 machine f. Disposal value-Model A3000 machine g. Depreciation-Model A3000 machine h. Market value- Model B3800 machine (cost) i. Fixed manufacturing overhead (general) j. Variable selling expense k. Fixed selling expense l. General administrative overhead Required: Copy the information from the previous page onto your answer sheet and place and X in the appropriate column to indicate whether each item is relevant or not relevant in following situations. Requirement 1 relates to Case 1, and requirement 2 relates to Case 2. Consider the two cases independently.
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