Variance analysis, Financial Management

a)  Write short note -

1) P V Ratio

2) Margin of Safety  

3) Material Variances

4) Absorption Costing

b)  Describe the meaning of the term 'variance analysis'.  What is its significance in  controlling and monitoring costs?

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