Methods of cost estimation, Cost Accounting

Methods of Cost Estimation

We will consider given cost estimation methods commonly employed, namely as:

a. High Low Activity method

b. Engineering Analysis

c. Account Analysis

d. Visual Fit as Scatter graph method

e. Learning curve Theory

f. Easy linear regression analysis

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