Now, suppose that management encounters the following situations.

1) The accounting dept revises its estimate of the profit contribution for the deluxe bag to $18 per bag
2) The profit contribution per standard bag can be increased to $20 per bag(Assume the profit contribution for the deluxe bag is the original $9 value)
3) The sewing operation capacity has increased to 750 Hours (Assume that 10s + 9d is the appropriate objective function)

If each of these situations is encountered separately, what is the optimal solution and the total profit contribution.

Now, suppose that management encounters the following situations.

1) The accounting dept revises its estimate of the profit contribution for the deluxe bag to $18 per bag
2) The profit contribution per standard bag can be increased to $20 per bag(Assume the profit contribution for the deluxe bag is the original $9 value)
3) The sewing operation capacity has increased to 750 Hours (Assume that 10s + 9d is the appropriate objective function)

If each of these situations is encountered separately, what is the optimal solution and the total profit contribution.

5. Crain Industries has two divisions - StandardandDeluxe. Standard manufactures the base model of Crain's product that can be sold externally or the unit may be transferred to the Deluxe division for further processing. Once the Deluxe division has completed its modifications to the Standard the product is sold to external cu

A company producing a standard line and a deluxe line of dishwasher has the following time requirements (in minutes) in departments where either model can be processed
StandardDeluxe
Stamping 3 6
Motor Installation 10 10
Wiring 10 15
The st

Canoe Company has two products. In the past, Canoe has averaged sales of four standardmodels at a price of $250 and one deluxemodel at a price of $750 each day. Variable costs total $75 for the standardmodeland $200 for the deluxemodel. If fixed costs are $281,250, how many canoes must be sold in order for the company to br

Please see attached for full problem.
1. Based on what you have learned regarding ABC costing, please help Mary prepare a revised cost report by:
a. Computing the overhead rate for various activities in the spirit of ABC
b. Preparing a new cost report for the three products
c. In your opinion how many cost pools will be s

Barnes Corporation manufactures two models of office chairs, a standardand a deluxemodel. The following activity and cost information has been compiled:
Product # of Setups # of Components # of Direct Labor Hours
Standard 22 8 375
Delu

We have two different samples - consisting of bags of M&M's.
The first sample consists of 5 bags of M&M's with the following number of blue pieces in each bag 10, 11, 9,10,10.
Calculate:
A. The mean
B. The standard deviation
C. The variance
The second sample consists of 10 bags with an average number of blue

Problem in the attached.
The New York City Development Corporation has just purchased a small hotel for conversion to condominium apartments. The building, in a popular area of New York, will be highly marketable, and each condominium sale is expected to yield a good profit. The conversion process, however, includes se

Part 1
Would like each student in the class to go to the market and purchase 10 bags of M&M regular size candy.
This is the 1.69 oz. size
We will be using these candies throughout the rest of the course.
Please count the number of M&M's in each bag and calculate the following statistics for your sample of ten bags.

The current cost accounting system allocates manufacturing support costs to to the the two products on the basis of direct labor hours. The company has estimated that this year it will incur $1M in manufacturing support costs and will produce 5,000 units of the deluxemodeland 40,000 units of the regular model. The deluxemodel