i need to change engine of my 2001 WV jetta car,how much gone cost to me
Around $300 or $400 at a dealership.
FIXED COST: Fixed is that kind of cost which don't change and remain fixed at a time this will be fixed cost. VARIABLE COST: Variable cost is that kind of cost which don't remain fixed but change this is called variable cost
Just had the rear bumper replaced. Part cost about $210
Fixed cost become relevent cost when a particular decision affects the fixed cost of production. For Example: Before Decision fixed cost $100 After Decision Fixed Cost $120 so in this case fixed cost also becomes relevent for decision making.
its a fixed cost
capital is a fixed cost
Fixed cost and variable cost is equal to total cost as per following formula: Total Cost = Fixed Cost + Variable Cost
When there will be change in fixed cost of business then at that time fixed cost will be relevant cost For Example if acquiring new machinery will reduce the amount of fixed expense in that case fixed cost is also relevant.
Selling cost which remains fixed and don't have any impact on production level is called fixed cost.
A cost which varies with the level of production activity is not a fixed cost and called variable cost.
yes it is an example of fixed cost
Yes fixed cost remain fixed in overall amount but it varies as per unit for example if one unit produced fixed cost 50000 per unit fixed cost 50000 but if 2 units produced fixed cost remains 50000 but per unit fixed cost changed to 25000 (50000/2).
It can cost $50 to $300 to replace a front bumper of this car. This depends on where the part is bought and where the work is done to replace the bumper.
Total Costs = Fixed Cost + Variable Cost soVariable Cost = Total Costs - Fixed Cost.
The average fixed cost is equal to fixed cost divided by level of output, if the output increases; the average fixed cost is less.
Fixed cost is that cost which remain fixed at all production levels while variable cost varies with change in production level while mix cost is that cost in which both elements fixed as well as variable cost is included.
Depending on the situation. At best it would be a fluctuating fixed cost.
Yes depreciation is a fixed cost of business which is an allocation of fixed asset cost over period of asset life.
Fixed Cost - costs that do not vary with the quantity of output produced.The best example I can think of is when making Chocolate Chip Cookies. You need ingredients and supplies to make them:Chocolate Chips (Variable Cost)Flour (Variable Cost)Butter (Variable Cost)Sugar (Variable Cost)Eggs (Variable Cost)Vanilla (Variable Cost)Baking Soda (Variable Cost)Salt (Variable Cost)Bowls (Fixed Cost)Spatulas (Fixed Cost)Oven (Fixed Cost) The gas or electricity would be a variable costBaking Sheet (Fixed Cost)Cooking Rack (Fixed Cost)Mixer (Fixed Cost)Fixed Costs do not vary with Quantity. Variable Costs do vary with Quantity.
If the previous damage would be fixed by the repair of the current damage, there should be no cost to you. For instance, replacement of the bumper would essentially be a repair of any previous dings you had on it. If they are just replacing paint and you have previous dents then they do not have to repair the dents without your paying for it.
NO both are not same as fixed cost is cost which remains fixed with change in production level while indirect cost is that cost which is not directly related for the production of units.