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Module 9 - Actual Vs. Standard Food Costs

Quiz by Hoshedar Batliwalla

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  • Q1
    Standard cost is the agreed-upon cost of services against which to compare costs.
    False
    True
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  • Q2
    A standard portion cost is the amount that a standard portion should cost, given the standards and standard procedure for its production.
    True
    False
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  • Q3
    Management should use actual sales records to determine what the standard food cost percentage should have been.
    False
    True
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  • Q4
    The Menu Pre-Cost and Abstract is divided in two parts. The section on the right (the forecast section) is based on sales forecast and the section on the left (the abstract) is based on the historic sales.
    False
    True
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  • Q5
    The abstract portion of the menu pre-cost and abstract form is prepared before sales have taken place.
    True
    False
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  • Q6
    The actual cost percentage for a given day is the ratio of actual costs of sales to total sales for a given day.
    True
    False
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  • Q7
    Typically, if the actual costs today and the to date are greater than the standard cost today and to date, the difference should be considered waste or other excessive costs.
    True
    False
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  • Q8
    Potential savings are only recorded as dollars.
    False
    True
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  • Q9
    The difference between the actual costs and the standard costs is called variance.
    True
    False
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  • Q10
    If the actual cost was $17,324 and the standard cost was $16,978, then the potential savings would be $446.
    False
    True
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  • Q11
    A large favorable variance between actual costs and standard costs is never worth investigating.
    True
    False
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  • Q12
    Managers need to regularly compare actual costs with standard cost, determining the causes of any excess cost over standard cost and taking appropriate corrective action.
    True
    False
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  • Q13
    If sales for a test period at the Local were $32,282, the actual cost was $8,356 and the standard cost was $8,587, what would the potential savings be?
    $ 266
    $ 103
    $ 259
    $ 231
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  • Q14
    The sales in the Local coffee shop for a test period of 30 days were $28,840, the actual cost was $6,958.25, and the standard cost was $6,616.37. What are the potential savings as a percentage of sales?
    1.185%
    2.412%
    11.85%
    2.294%
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