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Cashunda Buckner Week 3 Assignment Exercise 6-17 Details Units Budget sales 208,000 Add: target ending finished goods inventory 27,000 Total required units 235,000 Deduct: beginning finished goods inventory 18,000 Units of finished goods to be produced 217,000 So, the number of trays to be produced is 217,000 Exercise 6-18 Details Units Production 2,500,000 Add target ending inventory 80,000 Deduct beginning inventory 50,000 Purchases 2,530,000 Total to be purchased 2,530,000 Exercise 6-25 1. Product Category Budgeted Budgeted Soft Fresh Packaged Activity & Driver Activity Cost Rate Drinks Snacks Food Ordering (per purchase order) $2,340 $45.00 14 24 14 Delivery (per delivery) $3,813 $41.00 12 62 19 Shelf-stocking (per hour) $2,961 $10.50 16 172 94 Customer support (per item sold) $4,460 $0.09 4,600 34,200 10,750 Total budgeted indirect costs $13,574 $1,704 $8,506 $3,364 $13,574 % of Total 12.55% 62.67% 24.78% Percent of Cost of Goods Sold 35% 25% 40% Cost assigned if COGS is the allocation $13,574 $4,751 $3,393 $5,429
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base 2. See above. Fresh snacks 12.55% 62.67% 24.78% Logical? Fresh snacks, which represents the smallest portion of COGS (25%) is the
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