BEC 1102015

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  1. An increase in the ----------------------------- would likely cause a firm to increase its use of debt financing as measured by the debt-to-total-capitalization ratio
    An increase in the corporate income tax rate would likely cause a firm to increase its use of debt financing as measured by the debt-to-total-capitalization ratio
  2. An increase in the corporate income tax rate would likely cause a firm to increase its use of -------------------------- as measured by the debt-to-total-capitalization ratio
    An increase in the corporate income tax rate would likely cause a firm to increase its use of debt financing as measured by the debt-to-total-capitalization ratio
  3. --------------------------- is the foregone return from alternative choices that are not selected.
    Opportunity cost is the foregone return from alternative choices that are not selected.
  4. what is opportunity cost?
    Opportunity cost is the foregone return from alternative choices that are not selected.
  5. ------------------------- generally are more important than detective controls in EDI systems
    Preventive controls generally are more important than detective controls in EDI systems
  6. Preventive controls generally are more important than detective controls in -----------------------------
    Preventive controls generally are more important than detective controls in EDI systems
  7. ---------------------- is the degree of responsiveness/sensitivity of changes in quantities to a change in price.
    Elasticity is the degree of responsiveness/sensitivity of changes in quantities to a change in price.
  8. Elasticity is the degree of responsiveness/sensitivity of changes in quantities to a ---------------------------.
    Elasticity is the degree of responsiveness/sensitivity of changes in quantities to a change in price.
  9. If the elasticity is less than 1.0, the elasticity is --------------------.
    If the elasticity is less than 1.0, the elasticity is inelastic.
  10. What concept can best be used to understand oligopoly behavior
    Game theory model
  11. ------------------------- measures the market share of several of the largest firms in the industry in an oligopolistic market.
    Concentration ratio measures the market share of several of the largest firms in the industry in an oligopolistic market.
  12. ----------------------- is mathematical models of conflict and cooperation between rational decision-makers.
    Game theory is mathematical models of conflict and cooperation between rational decision-makers.
  13. A measure of project risk is provided by the capital budgeting technique of:
    Payback
  14. The ----------------------------- technique indicates how soon a project will recover its cost.
    The payback capital budgeting technique indicates how soon a project will recover its cost.
  15. The ------------------------------------- does not adjust for the time value of money.
    The payback period method does not adjust for the time value of money.
  16. does the payback period method account for the time value of money?
    The payback period method does not adjust for the time value of money.
  17. A standard cost system may be used in:
    either job order costing or process costing
  18. ------------------------------ is a system of accounting for production in which costs are assigned to particular units or batches of finished goods.
    Job order costing is a system of accounting for production in which costs are assigned to particular units or batches of finished goods.
  19. --------------------------- is a system of accounting for production in which costs are assigned to units of finished goods indistinguishable from each other and produced in a continuous process.
    Process costing is a system of accounting for production in which costs are assigned to units of finished goods indistinguishable from each other and produced in a continuous process.
  20. --------------------------------- is a predetermined quantity or cost of inputs  that should be required to produce one unit of output.
    Standard cost is a predetermined quantity or cost of inputs ( that should be required to produce one unit of output.
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