AC2720 Wk4 Exercise 2 - Problem 1 Part 1 2 Weighted-average...

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Problem 1 Weighted-average method, assigning c Part 1 & 2:
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Problem 2 Weighted-average method, assigning c
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Problem 3 O Part 1 Calculate the conversion cost rates for each department Breeze Fresh 11,000 8,000 Budgeted labor hours 275 200 Budgeted machine hours 55 40 Budgeted Cost Driver Conversion Cost Spray Drying $8,000 Labor Hours Mixing 22,800 # of containers Blending 30,450 # of containers Packaging 1,000 Machine Hours Part 2 Budgeted cost of goods manufactured Breeze Fresh Budgeted 50-oz. containers
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Direct Materials $21,450 $20,000 Spray Drying 2,200 1,600 Mixing 13,200 9,600 Blending Packaging 275 200 Total $37,125 $31,400 Part 3 Budgeted cost per container Breeze Fresh Total budgeted costs $37,125 $31,400 Number of containers 11,000 8,000 3.375 3.925 Budgeted cost per container
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Operation costing Joy Total 21,000 40,000 525 1,000 105 200 Budgeted Conversion Cost Rate Quantity of Cost Driver 1,000 8 19,000 1.2 21,000 1.45 200 5 Joy
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$52,500 4,200 30,450 525 $87,675 Joy $87,675 21,000 4.175
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Problem 4 Standard-costing with beginnin Part 1 Flow of Production Work in process, beginning (given) Started during current period (given) To account for
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