## Revised Standard Quantity Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Revised Standard Quantity = (Standard Quantity of each Material/Total Standard Quantity)*Total Actual Quantity
RSTQ = (SQM/TSQ)*TAQ
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Revised Standard Quantity - Revised Standard Quantity refers to an updated or adjusted predetermined amount of materials that should be used for a specific level of production or output.
Standard Quantity of each Material - Standard Quantity of each Material refers to the predetermined amount of raw materials required to produce a single unit of a product based on established norms.
Total Standard Quantity - Total Standard Quantity refers to the sum of the predetermined quantities of all raw materials required to produce a certain number of units of a product based on established norms.
Total Actual Quantity - Total Actual Quantity is the total quantity of products manufactured or assembled within a given timeframe.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Standard Quantity of each Material: 80 --> No Conversion Required
Total Standard Quantity: 400 --> No Conversion Required
Total Actual Quantity: 1000 --> No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
RSTQ = (SQM/TSQ)*TAQ --> (80/400)*1000
Evaluating ... ...
RSTQ = 200
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
200 --> No Conversion Required
200 <-- Revised Standard Quantity
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## Revised Standard Quantity Formula

Revised Standard Quantity = (Standard Quantity of each Material/Total Standard Quantity)*Total Actual Quantity
RSTQ = (SQM/TSQ)*TAQ

## What is Revised Standard Quantity ?

Revised Standard Quantity refers to an updated or modified estimate of the expected amount of materials, components, or resources needed to produce a certain number of units of a product or service, based on changes in circumstances, processes, or standards. In manufacturing or production contexts, standard quantities are established to represent the ideal or expected usage of materials required for each unit of output. If efficiency improvements are made in the production process, the amount of material needed per unit may decrease, prompting a revision of the standard quantity. Revising the standard quantity ensures that the estimates used for planning, budgeting, and performance evaluation accurately reflect the current operating conditions and requirements of the organization. It allows for better resource allocation, cost control, and decision-making in production and inventory management processes.

## How to Calculate Revised Standard Quantity?

Revised Standard Quantity calculator uses Revised Standard Quantity = (Standard Quantity of each Material/Total Standard Quantity)*Total Actual Quantity to calculate the Revised Standard Quantity, Revised Standard Quantity refers to an adjusted or updated estimate of the expected quantity of materials, components, or resources required to produce a certain number of units of a product or service, based on changes in circumstances, processes, or standards. Revised Standard Quantity is denoted by RSTQ symbol.

How to calculate Revised Standard Quantity using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Revised Standard Quantity, enter Standard Quantity of each Material (SQM), Total Standard Quantity (TSQ) & Total Actual Quantity (TAQ) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Revised Standard Quantity calculation can be explained with given input values -> 200 = (80/400)*1000.

### FAQ

What is Revised Standard Quantity?
Revised Standard Quantity refers to an adjusted or updated estimate of the expected quantity of materials, components, or resources required to produce a certain number of units of a product or service, based on changes in circumstances, processes, or standards and is represented as RSTQ = (SQM/TSQ)*TAQ or Revised Standard Quantity = (Standard Quantity of each Material/Total Standard Quantity)*Total Actual Quantity. Standard Quantity of each Material refers to the predetermined amount of raw materials required to produce a single unit of a product based on established norms, Total Standard Quantity refers to the sum of the predetermined quantities of all raw materials required to produce a certain number of units of a product based on established norms & Total Actual Quantity is the total quantity of products manufactured or assembled within a given timeframe.
How to calculate Revised Standard Quantity?
Revised Standard Quantity refers to an adjusted or updated estimate of the expected quantity of materials, components, or resources required to produce a certain number of units of a product or service, based on changes in circumstances, processes, or standards is calculated using Revised Standard Quantity = (Standard Quantity of each Material/Total Standard Quantity)*Total Actual Quantity. To calculate Revised Standard Quantity, you need Standard Quantity of each Material (SQM), Total Standard Quantity (TSQ) & Total Actual Quantity (TAQ). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Standard Quantity of each Material, Total Standard Quantity & Total Actual Quantity and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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