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53. Which statement is true regarding the activity-based costing system when compared to the traditional costing

system?


Activity-based costing systems utilized direct labor hours as the only basis for assigning overhead costs to products


Activity-based costing systems require more time and expense to administer than do traditional costing systems


Activity-based costing systems provide a less accurate assignment of overhead costs when multiple products are manufactured than do traditional costing systems


Activity-based costing systems are based on a single cost driver such as units of output

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