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Unformatted text preview: can divide total material handling cost by total units produced for lenses and mirrors to come up with a per unit cost 4. Answer the same question as in requirement (3), but for lenses. (Under activity-based costing (ABC), the is the number of material moves. [90,000 / [(4+16) x16 ]] / 30 = 2,400 Divide total material handling cost by the total # of direct material moves, then multiple that total by the # of material moves for the lens product line and divide by the total units of lenses produced. overhead on the basis of direct-labor hours, the material-handling costs allocated to one lens would be what amount)? material-handling costs allocated to one lens would be what amount? The cost driver for the material-handling activity...
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course MBA 642 taught by Professor Jamesstephens during the Summer '11 term at Bellevue.
- Summer '11
- Financial Accounting