F2 (MA/FMA) – Chapter 03 – PART A – CBE MCQs – ACCA

These are ACCA F2 (MA/FMA) Management Accounting MCQs for Part-A of the Syllabus “The nature, source and purpose of management information”.

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INFORMATION ABOUT THESE MCQs Test

Course: ACCA – Associations of Chartered Certified Accountants
Fundamental Level: Knowledge, FIA – Foundation in Accounting
Subject: Management Accounting
Paper: F2 – MA/FMA
Chapter: Cost classification, and Cost behaviour
Chapter Number: 03 of the Practice and Exam Kit
Syllabus Area: A – The nature, source and purpose of management information
Questions Type: CBE MCQs
Exam Section Type: Section A

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Number of the Questions

There are 12 Questions in this F2 MCQ Test that cover Chapter 3a; Cost classification of ACCA F2 (MA/FMA) Management Accounting Module.

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F2 - Chapter 3 - Part A - MCQs

Course: ACCA - FIA
Subject:
F2 (MA/FMA) Management Accounting
Chapter: 3 - Cost classification, and Cost behaviour
Syllabus Area: A - The nature, source and purpose of management information
Exam Section: Section A
Questions type: MCQs
Time: No Time Limit

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1 / 32

Which TWO of the following items might be a suitable cost unit within the credit control department of a company?

2 / 32

When total purchases of raw material exceed 30,000 units in any one period then all units purchased, including the initial 30,000, are invoiced at a lower cost per unit.

Which of the following graphs is consistent with the behaviour of the total materials cost in a period?

3 / 32

A production worker is paid a salary of $650 per month, plus an extra 5 cents for each unit produced during the month.

How is this type of labour cost best described?

4 / 32

Which TWO of the following would be classed as indirect labour?

5 / 32

The following information for advertising and sales has been established over the past six months:

Month Sales revenue Advertising expenditure
$'000 $'000
1 155 3
2 125 2.5
3 200 6
4 175 5.5
5 150 4.5
6 225 6.5

Using the high-low method which of the following is the correct equation for linking advertising and sales from the above data?

6 / 32

The following observations of output and cost have been made:

Output Cost
Units $
Β  8,000 39,400
20,000 68,000

It is known that at output levels above 15,000 units, variable cost per unit drops by $1 per unit for all subsequent units produced.

What is the variable cost for each unit of output above 15,000 units?

7 / 32

A company incurs the following costs at various activity levels:

Total cost Activity level
$ Units
250,000 Β  5,000
312,500 Β  7,500
400,000 10,000

Using the high-low method what is the variable cost per unit? (to the nearest whole number)

$________

8 / 32

A total cost is described as staying the same over a certain activity range and then increasing but remaining stable over a revised activity range in the short term.

What type of cost is this?

9 / 32

Which one of the above graphs illustrates the costs described below!
"A semi-variable cost – when the vertical axis represents cost incurred."

10 / 32

A company has prepared flexed budgets at two activity levels. The cost per unit of three costs is given below. All three costs behave in a linear manner with respect to activity.

Β Activity level (units)
10,000 15,000
Cost
X $3.0 per unit $2.0 per unit
Y $1.0 per unit $1.0 per unit
Z $3.5 per unit $3.0 per unit

Is each of the costs variable, semi-variable or fixed?

11 / 32

Which one of the above graphs illustrates the costs described below!
"A linear variable cost – when the vertical axis represents cost per unit."

12 / 32

A company employs four supervisors to oversee the factory production of all its products.

How would the salaries paid to these supervisors be classified?

13 / 32

A firm has to pay a 20c per unit royalty to the inventor of a device which it manufactures and sells.

How would the royalty charge be classified in the firm's accounts?

14 / 32

Which TWO of the following is the manager of a profit Centre likely to have control?

15 / 32

The following shows the total overhead costs for given levels of a company's total output.

Cost Output
$ Units
4,000 1,000
7,000 2,000
10,000 3,000
9,500 4,000

A step up in fixed costs of $500 occurs at an output level of 3,500 units.

What would be the variable overhead cost per unit (to the nearest $0.01) using the high-low technique?

16 / 32

A manufacturing firm is very busy and overtime is being worked.

How would the amount of overtime premium contained in direct wages normally be classed?

17 / 32

A company has recorded the following data in the two most recent periods.

Total costs of production Volume of production
$ Units
13,500 700
18,300 1,100

What is the best estimate of the company's fixed costs per period?

$________

18 / 32

Which one of the above graphs illustrates the costs described below!
"A fixed cost – when the vertical axis represents cost incurred."

19 / 32

Which of the following best describes a controllable cost?

20 / 32

Which of the following best describes a period cost?

21 / 32

The total cost of production for two levels of activity is as follows:

Level 1 Level 2
Production (units) 3,000 5,000
Total cost ($) 6,750 9,250

The variable production cost per unit and the total fixed production cost both remain constant in the range of activity shown.

What is the level of fixed costs? (to the nearest whole number)

$_______

22 / 32

What type of cost is supervisor salary costs, where one supervisor is needed for every ten employees added to the staff?

23 / 32

The overhead expenses of a company are coded using a five digit coding system, an extract from which is as follows:

Cost centre Code no Types of expense Code no
Machining 10 Indirect materials 410
Finishing 11 Depreciation of production machinery 420
Packing 12 Indirect wages 430
Stores 13 Maintenance materials 440
Maintenance 14 Machine hire costs 450
Depreciation of non-production equipment 460

The coding for the hire costs of a packing machine is 12450.

Which is the coding for the issue of indirect materials issued from stores to the machining department?

24 / 32

Which one of the above graphs illustrates the costs described below!
"A linear variable cost – when the vertical axis represents cost incurred."

25 / 32

Which one of the above graphs illustrates the costs described below!
"A step fixed cost – when the vertical axis represents cost incurred."

26 / 32

Which of the following describes a cost centre?

27 / 32

The following diagram represents the behaviour of one element of cost:

Which of the following statements is consistent with the above diagram?

28 / 32

A company makes chairs and tables.

Which TWO of the following items would be treated as an indirect cost?

29 / 32

Fixed costs are conventionally deemed to be which of the following?

30 / 32

An organization manufactures a single product. The total cost of making 4,000 units is $20,000 and the total cost of making 20,000 units is $40,000. Within this range of activity the total fixed costs remain unchanged.

What is the variable cost per unit of the product (to 2 dp)?

$ _____

31 / 32

The following data relate to the overhead expenditure of a contract cleaners at two activity levels.

Square metres cleaned 13,500 15,950
Overheads $84,865 $97,850

What is the estimate of the overheads if 18,300 square metres are to be cleaned?

$_________

32 / 32

A company manufactures and sells toys.

Which TWO of these costs are classified as distribution costs?

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