Chapter 2 Demo Solution - BriefExercise21(15minutes) a. b....

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Brief Exercise 2-1  (15 minutes) a. Job-order costing b. Job-order costing c. Process costing d. Job-order costing e. Process costing* f. Process costing* g. Job-order costing h. Job-order costing i. Job-order costing j. Job-order costing k. Process costing l. Process costing * Some of the listed companies might use either a  process costing or a job-order costing system,  depending on how operations are carried out and how  homogeneous the final product is. For example, a  plywood manufacturer might use job-order costing if its  products are constructed of different woods or come in  markedly different sizes.
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Brief Exercise 2-3  (10 minutes) The predetermined overhead rate is computed as follows: Estimated total manufacturing  overhead $586,000 ÷ Estimated total direct labor  hours (DLHs)       40,000     DLHs = Predetermined overhead rate       $14.65     per  DLH
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Brief Exercise 2-4  (15 minutes)
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Chapter 2 Demo Solution - BriefExercise21(15minutes) a. b....

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