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Chapter 5 / Exercise 5.9
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Required: Compute the following quantities (you should be able to do so in the prescribed order): 1. Budgeted number of machine-hours planned 2. Budgeted fixed manufacturing overhead costs per machine-hour 3. Budgeted variable manufacturing overhead costs per machine-hour 4. Budgeted number of machine-hours allowed for actual output produced 5. Actual number of output units 6. Actual number of machine-hours used per output unit SOLUTION (30 min.) Comprehensive variance analysis. 1. Budgeted number of machine-hours planned can be calculated by multiplying the number of units planned (budgeted) by the number of machine-hours allocated per unit: 915 units 2 machine-hours per unit = 1,830 machine-hours. 2. Budgeted fixed MOH costs per machine-hour can be computed by dividing the flexible budget amount for fixed MOH (which is the same as the static budget) by the number of machine-hours planned (calculated in (1)): $351,360 ÷ 1,830 machine-hours = $192 per machine-hour 3. Budgeted variable MOH costs per machine-hour are calculated as budgeted variable MOH costs divided by the budgeted number of machine-hours planned: $76,860 ÷ 1,830 machine-hours = $42 per machine-hour. 1. Budgeted number of machine-hours allowed for actual output achieved can be calculated by dividing the flexible-budget amount for variable MOH by budgeted variable MOH costs per machine-hour: $80,640 ÷ $42 per machine-hour= 1,920 machine-hours allowed 2. The actual number of output units is the budgeted number of machine-hours allowed for actual output achieved divided by the planned allocation rate of machine hours per unit: 1,920 machine-hours ÷ 2 machine-hours per unit = 960 units. 3. The actual number of machine-hours used per output unit is the actual number of machine hours used (given) divided by the actual number of units manufactured: 1,632 machine-hours ÷ 960 units = 1.7 machine-hours used per output unit.
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