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JF611 MANUFACTURING ECONOMY CHAPTER 1

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Transcript of JF611 MANUFACTURING ECONOMY CHAPTER 1

Under the surface
JF611 MANUFACTURING ECONOMY
SUFAIRUZ BINTI SAAD
POLITEKNIK

TUANKU

SULTANAH

BAHIYAH
(MED GF)
Detail 1
CHAPTER 1 - FIXED & VARIABLE COST
1.1 Understand fix and variable cost

1.1.1 Identify the elements of output cost either fix or variable
1.1.2 Calculate the total cost for multiple finish output
1.1.3 Draw the total cost versus finish output graph
1.1.4 Identify direct material, direct labor, direct expenses and actual cost
1.1.5 Identify the elements of output cost as direct material, direct labor, direct expenses and actual cost

Detail 3
CHAPTER 1
FIXED & VARIABLE COST
CHAPTER 2
DIRECT MATERIAL COST
CHAPTER 3
LABOUR COST
CHAPTER 4
DIRECT EXPENSES COST
CHAPTER 5
ACTUAL COST
CHAPTER 6
BREAK EVEN POINT
SYNOPSIS
MANUFACTURING ECONOMIC provide knowledge
and understanding to students on economy aspect
which include concepts, basic element principle cost
component and decision making which are involved
in manufacturing process. This course also focus on
fix cost, variable cost, direct and indirect cost, labour
cost, break-even point analysis, materials and costing
and actual cost which leading towards eliminate the
wastage in manufacturing.
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