1. List the four rounding-up options.

MODEL ANSWER - No., Quantity, Measurement, and Consumption

2. When is scrap specified?

MODEL ANSWER - When the consumption of the raw materials used in the

components of a BOM are calculated.

3. When are measurement configurations used?

ANSWER - When calculating the consumption of the raw materials on each BOM line.

4. What measurement formula is used when consumption is not proportional to any dimensions of the finished item?

ANSWER - Standard

5. Where can a user view how the cost price of an item with scrap has increased after calculation?

ANSWER - In the Total cost price per unit field in the Complete BOM calculation form.

6. What is the difference between constant and variable scrap?

ANSWER - Constant scrap is specified when the constant value is to be calculated only one time on the BOM line, regardless of how many items are produced. Variable scrap is a percentage value and is calculated as a percentage of the BOM line.

7. What are conversion factors and what do they represent?

ANSWER - Conversion factors are mathematical calculations that represent the difference between standard item measurements and BOM component measurements.

8. Which selection is used to indicate that the number of units in the finished item is proportional to the number of items produced?

( ) Constant consumption

( ) Variable scrap

(•) Variable consumption

( ) Constant scrap

MODEL ANSWER - No., Quantity, Measurement, and Consumption

2. When is scrap specified?

MODEL ANSWER - When the consumption of the raw materials used in the

components of a BOM are calculated.

3. When are measurement configurations used?

ANSWER - When calculating the consumption of the raw materials on each BOM line.

4. What measurement formula is used when consumption is not proportional to any dimensions of the finished item?

ANSWER - Standard

5. Where can a user view how the cost price of an item with scrap has increased after calculation?

ANSWER - In the Total cost price per unit field in the Complete BOM calculation form.

6. What is the difference between constant and variable scrap?

ANSWER - Constant scrap is specified when the constant value is to be calculated only one time on the BOM line, regardless of how many items are produced. Variable scrap is a percentage value and is calculated as a percentage of the BOM line.

7. What are conversion factors and what do they represent?

ANSWER - Conversion factors are mathematical calculations that represent the difference between standard item measurements and BOM component measurements.

8. Which selection is used to indicate that the number of units in the finished item is proportional to the number of items produced?

( ) Constant consumption

( ) Variable scrap

(•) Variable consumption

( ) Constant scrap