@gobasas14 asked 11 months ago.

A quantity standard indicates how much output should have been produced?

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@logic answered 9 months ago.

A quantity standard is a level of output that a process or worker is expected to reach. This is determined by looking at the actual output and comparing it to the performance standard or target. If the actual output is lower than the performance standard, it is possible that the process is not performing at its optimum level.

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@erraberre answered 11 months ago.

A quantity standard is a level of output that a process or worker is expected to reach. This is determined by looking at the actual output and comparing it to the performance standard or target. If the actual output is lower than the performance standard, it is possible that the process is not performing at its optimum level.
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@gimmycocann answered 11 months ago.

A quantity standard indicates the amount of output that should have been produced either as a result of a given amount of input or over a given period of time. Most quantity standards are standards for products and services, but they can also be standards for processes.
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@ukassoveru answered 11 months ago.

A quantity standard is a target that tells you how much output should have been produced given the input you’ve provided. To calculate the quantity standard, you take the cost of producing the output and divide it by the actual output you’ve produced.
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@kussallahoff answered 11 months ago.

A quantity standard indicates how much output should have been produced. This is the quantity of output that management expects to result from the application of the particular resources.
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