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MULTIPLE CHOICE
Question Nos. 7, 10, 12-19, and 22 are AICPA adapted.
Question No. 25 is ICMA adapted.
Question Nos. 11, 20, 23, and 24 are CIA adapted.
B 1. The allocation of joint costs to individual products is useful primarily for
purposes of:
A. determining whether to produce one of the joint products
B. inventory costing
C. determining the best market price
D. deciding whether to sell at the split-off point
E. evaluating whether an output is a main product or a by-product
B 2. The method used for the allocation of joint costs to products is important:
A. only in the minds of accountants
B. because profits will be affected when ending inventories change from the
beginning of the period
C. because its validity for justifying prices before regulatory authorities is
unquestioned
D. because profit margins differ when the relative sales value method is used
E. for income determination when inventories are nonexistent
A 3. In a joint production process, a by-product is also described as:
A. a simultaneously produced product of relatively low value
B. a form of main product with controllable production proportions
C. waste
D. products of low value recovered at the end of a production process
E. a product with no value contribution to help offset production costs
D 4. All of the following are methods of costing by-products except the:
A. market value method
B. recognition of net revenue method
C. recognition of gross revenue method
D. average unit cost method
E. replacement cost method
102 Chapter 8
E 5. Reporting revenue from by-product sales on the income statement as additional
sales revenue:
A. allocates costs to by-products on the basis of quantities produced
B. reduces the main product cost by the estimated market value of the byproduct
C. credits main product costs only when the by-product is used in further
production
D. allocates a proper share of production costs to the by-product
E. overstates ending inventory costs of the main product
E 6. All of the following are methods of allocating joint production costs except the:
A. market value method
B. quantitative unit method
C. average unit cost method
D. average cost method
E. recognition of net revenue method
D 7. Tobin Company manufactures products S and T from a joint process. The market
value at split-off was $50,000 for 6,000 units of Product S and $50,000 for 2,000
units of Product T. Assuming that the portion of the total joint cost properly
allocated to Product S using the market value method was $30,000, the total
joint cost was:
A. $40,000
B. $42,500
C. $45,000
D. $60,000
E. $75,000
SUPPORTING CALCULATION:
C 8. Costs to be incurred after the split-off point are most useful for:
A. adjusting inequities in the joint cost allocation procedure
B. determining the levels of joint production
C. assessing the desirability of further processing
D. setting the mix of output products
E. assessing sales realization values for allocating joint costs accurately
= $60,000
.5
$30,000
= .5
$50,000 + $50,000
$50,000
Costing By-Products and Joint Products 103
D 9. Alphabet Company manufactures Products A and B from a joint process that also
yields a by-product, X. Alphabet accounts for the revenues from its by-product
sales as a deduction from the cost of goods sold of its main products. Additional
information is as follows:
A B X Total
Units produced……………….. 15,000 9,000 6,000 30,000
Joint costs………………………. $264,000
Market value at split-off…… $290,000 $150,000 $ 10,000 $450,000
Assuming that joint product costs are allocated using the market value at the
split-off approach, the joint cost allocated to Product B would be:
A. $136,540
B. $79,200
C. $88,000
D. $86,591
E. $99,000
SUPPORTING CALCULATION:

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