The auto repair shop of Quality Motor Company uses standards to control the labor time and labor cost in the shop. The standard labor cost for a motor tune-up is given below:
Job Standard Hours Standard Rate Standard Cost
Motor tune-up 2 $6.4 $12.8
The record showing the time spent in the shop last week on motor tune-ups has been misplaced. However, the shop supervisor recalls that 210 tune-ups were completed during the week, and the controller recalls the following variance data relating to tune-ups:
Labor rate variance $980 F
Total labor variance $532 F
Determine the number of actual labor-hours spent on tune-ups during the week.
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