F2 (MA/FMA) – Chapter 05 – PART C – CBE MCQs – ACCA

These are ACCA F2 (MA/FMA) Management Accounting MCQs for Part-C of the Syllabus “Cost accounting methods and systems”.

These multiple-choice questions (MCQs) are designed to help ACCA F2 (MA) students to better understand the exam format. We aim to instill in students the habit of practicing online for their CBE exams. By doing so, students can reduce exam stress and prepare more effectively.

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: Accounting for materials
Chapter Number: 05 of the Practice and Exam Kit
Syllabus Area: C – Cost accounting methods and systems
Questions Type: CBE MCQs
Exam Section Type: Section A

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Number of the Questions

There are 22 Questions in this F2 MCQ Test that cover Chapter 5; Accounting for materials of ACCA F2 (MA/FMA) Management Accounting Module.

Time

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Students will get their F2 CBE MCQ result after they finish the entire test. They will also be able to see the score in percentage, correct and incorrect answers, as well as explanations for the incorrect questions.

Types of Questions

MCQs: Choose one from the given options.
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F2 - Chapter 5 - Part A - MCQs

Course: ACCA - FIA
Subject:
F2 (MA/FMA) Management Accounting
Chapter: 5 - Accounting for materials
Syllabus Area: C - Cost accounting methods and systems
Exam Section: Section A
Questions type: MCQs
Time: No Time Limit

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1 / 22

The demand for a product is 12,500 units for a three month Each unit of product has a purchase price of $15 and ordering costs are $20 per order placed.

The annual holding cost of one unit of product is 10% of its purchase price.

What is the Economic Order Quantity (to the nearest unit)?

2 / 22

There are 27,500 units of Part Number X35 on order with the suppliers and 16,250 units outstanding on existing customers' orders.

If the free inventory is 13,000 units, what is the physical inventory?

_______ units

3 / 22

G Co makes the following purchases and sales.

1 January Purchases 4,000 units for $10,000
31 January Purchases 1,000 units for $2,000
15 February Sales 3,000 units for $13,000
28 February Purchases 1,500 units for $3,750
14 March Sales 500 units for $1,200

At 31 March which of the following closing inventory valuations using LIFO is correct?

4 / 22

ACB Co gradually receives its re-supply of inventory at a rate of 10,000 units a week. Other information is available as follows.

Weekly demand 5,000 units
Set-up costs for each production run $125
Weekly cost of holding one unit $0.0025

What is the economic production run?

5 / 22

Which of the following functions are fulfilled by a goods received note (GRN)?

  1. Provides information to update the inventory records on receipt of goods
  2. Provides information to check the quantity on the supplier's invoice
  3. Provides information to check the price on the supplier's invoice

6 / 22

The following data relates to component L512:

Ordering costs $100 per order
Inventory holding costs $8 per unit per year
Annual demand 1,225 units

What is the economic order quantity (to the nearest whole unit)?

7 / 22

A wholesaler had opening inventory of 300 units of product Emm valued at $25 per unit at the beginning of January. The following receipts and sales were recorded during January.

Date 2 Jan 12 Jan 21 Jan 29 Jan
Issues 250 400 200 75

The purchase cost of receipts was $25.75 per unit.

Using a weighted average method of valuation, calculate the value of closing inventory at the end of January.

8 / 22

A domestic appliance retailer with multiple outlets sells a popular toaster known as the Autocrisp 2000, for which the following information is available:

Average sales 75 per day
Maximum sales 95 per day
Minimum sales 50 per day
Lead time 12-18 days
Reorder quantity 1,750

Based on the data above, at what level of inventory would a replenishment order be issued? _______ units

9 / 22

5.5 The annual demand for an item of inventory is 2,500 units. The cost of placing an order is $80 and the cost of holding an item in stock for one year is $15.

What is the economic order quantity, to the nearest unit?

_______ units

10 / 22

5.13 A company wishes to minimise its inventory costs. Order costs are $10 per order and holding costs are
$0.10 per unit per month. Fall Co estimates annual demand to be 5,400 units.

What is the economic order quantity (to the nearest whole unit)?

______ units

11 / 22

What is the economic batch quantity used to establish?

Optimal

12 / 22

A domestic appliance retailer with multiple outlets sells a popular toaster known as the Autocrisp 2000, for which the following information is available:

Average sales 75 per day
Maximum sales 95 per day
Minimum sales 50 per day
Lead time 12-18 days
Reorder quantity 1,750

Based on the data above, what is the maximum inventory level?

13 / 22

For a particular component, the re-order quantity is 6,000 units and the average inventory holding is 3,400 units.

Using the drop down list, select the level of safety inventory (in whole units).

14 / 22

The following data relate to inventory item A452:

Average usage 100 units per day
Minimum usage 60 units per day
Maximum usage 130 units per day
Lead time 20-26 days
EOQ 4,000 units

What is the maximum inventory level?

15 / 22

A manufacturing company uses 25,000 components at an even rate during a Each order placed with the supplier of the components is for 2,000 components, which is the economic order quantity. The company holds a buffer inventory of 500 components. The annual cost of holding one component in inventory is $2.

What is the total annual cost of holding inventory of the component?

16 / 22

Data relating to a particular stores item are as follows:

Average daily usage 400 units
Maximum daily usage 520 units
Minimum daily usage 180 units
Lead time for replenishment of inventory 10 to 15 days
Reorder quantity 8,000 units

What is the reorder level (in units) which avoids stockouts (running out of inventory)?

17 / 22

The material stores control account for a company for March looks like this:

Material stores control account

$ $
Balance b/d 12,000 Work in progress 40,000
Suppliers 49,000 Overhead control 12,000
Work in progress 18,000 Balance c/d 27,000
79,000 79,000
Balance b/d 27,000

Which of the following statements are correct?

  1. Issues of direct materials during March were $18,000
  2. Issues of direct materials during March were $40,000
  3. Issues of indirect materials during March were $12,000
  4. Purchases of materials during March were $49,000

18 / 22

Which of the following is correct with regard to inventories?

  1. Stock-outs arise when too little inventory is held.
  2. Safety inventories are the level of units maintained in case there is unexpected demand.
  3. A re-order level can be established by looking at the maximum usage and the maximum lead-time

19 / 22

G Co makes the following purchases and sales.

1 January Purchases 4,000 units for $10,000
31 January Purchases 1,000 units for $2,000
15 February Sales 3,000 units for $13,000
28 February Purchases 1,500 units for $3,750
14 March Sales 500 units for $1,200

At 31 March which of the following closing inventory valuations using FIFO is correct?

20 / 22

A company uses an item of inventory as follows.

Purchase price $25 per unit
Annual demand 1,800 units
Ordering cost $32 Annual
holding cost $4.50 per unit
EOQ 160 units

What is the minimum total cost assuming a discount of 2% applies to the purchase price and to holding costs on orders of 300 and over?

21 / 22

Where on the graph would you read off the value for the economic order quantity?

22 / 22

A company determines its order quantity for a raw material by using the Economic Order Quantity (EOQ) model.

What would be the effects on the EOQ and the total annual holding cost of a decrease in the cost of ordering a batch of raw material?

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