1. The plant manager wants to establish the relationship between the number of line shutdowns (x) and the number of delivery deadlines missed (y). Below is the data collected from the last six months: SST SSE SSR x y 3 83 -2 18 -36 4 324 80.08 8.53 227.41 4 74 -1 9 -9 1 81 72.54 2.13 56.85 7 48 2 -17 -34 4 289 49.92 3.69 227.41 2 84 -3 19 -57 9 361 87.62 13.10 511.66 6 59 1 -6 -6 1 36 57.46 2.37 56.85 8 42 3 -23 -69 9 529 42.38 0.14 511.66 totals 30 390 0 0 -211 28 1620 29.96 1591.84 means 5 65 b1 = Coefficient of Determination = bo = Regression equation is 2. In multiple regression, the following regression equation is obtained: y = -8 + 2.6x – 47.2w Predict y if x = 30 and w = -10 3. As a car salesperson, you must predict the selling price of your used cars. You calculate a regression line with the dependent variable being the price and the independent variable being the mileage of the vehicle. You use a statistical software package that reports that your SSE is 22 and your SST is 40. What is your coefficient of determination? What could you do to improve your regression equation?. Managerial Accounting class
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MOD 1

Exercises:

1. P1-27A, page 39: ERP cost-benefit analysis
2. E2-21A, page 86: Classify and calculate a manufacturer’s costs
3. E2-25A, page 88: Compute direct materials used and cost of goods manufactured
4. E2-31B, page 90: Classify costs along the value chain for a manufacturer

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MOD 2

Exercises:
E-44B
S4-16, page 220: Quality initiative decision
P5-51A, page 290: Process costing in a single processing department
P5-54A, page 296: Prepare a production cost report and journal entries
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MOD 3

Exercises:
P6-68B, page 373: Analyze cost behavior
E7-40B, page 426: Prepare contribution margin income statements
A7-76, page 439: CVP analysis by intern with an ethical dilemma

MOD 4

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Assignment:
Exercises:

1. P8-52A, page 498: Outsourcing decision given alternative use of capacity
2. P8-57B, page 500: Product mix decision under constraint
3. S8-8, page 480: Replace a department
4. E8-47B, page 495: Sell as is or process further

Essay Question:
How do you account for financial losses in order to maintain quality customer service, for example, a restaurant that gives a free meal to an upset customer or a company that gives repeat customers a discount? From the viewpoint of a management accountant, how would this cost be classified and how would it figure into a company’s financial statements?

1. The plant manager wants to establish the relationship between the number of line shutdowns (x) and the number of delivery deadlines missed (y). Below is the data collected from the last six months: SST SSE SSR x y 3 83 -2 18 -36 4 324 80.08 8.53 227.41 4 74 -1 9 -9 1 81 72.54 2.13 56.85 7 48 2 -17 -34 4 289 49.92 3.69 227.41 2 84 -3 19 -57 9 361 87.62 13.10 511.66 6 59 1 -6 -6 1 36 57.46 2.37 56.85 8 42 3 -23 -69 9 529 42.38 0.14 511.66 totals 30 390 0 0 -211 28 1620 29.96 1591.84 means 5 65 b1 = Coefficient of Determination = bo = Regression equation is 2. In multiple regression, the following regression equation is obtained: y = -8 + 2.6x – 47.2w Predict y if x = 30 and w = -10 3. As a car salesperson, you must predict the selling price of your used cars. You calculate a regression line with the dependent variable being the price and the independent variable being the mileage of the vehicle. You use a statistical software package that reports that your SSE is 22 and your SST is 40. What is your coefficient of determination? What could you do to improve your regression equation?