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Seven Manufacturing Corporation uses both standards and budgets. The company estimates that production for the year will be 100,000 units of Product Fast. To produce these units of Product Fast, the company expects to spend $600,000 for materials and $800,000 for labor. Instructions Compute the estimates for (a) a standard cost and (b) a budgeted cost. BE 192 Labor data for making one pound of finished product in Curling Co. are as follows: (1) Price—hourly wage rate $11.00, payroll taxes $1.80, and fringe benefits $1.20. (2) Quantity—actual production time 1.1 hours, rest periods and clean up 0.25 hours, and setup and downtime 0.15 hours. Instructions Compute the following. (a) Standard direct labor rate per hour. (b) Standard direct labor hours per pound. (c) Standard cost per pound. BE 193 During March, Patt, Inc. purchases and uses 8,800 pounds of materials costing $35,640 to make 4,000 tiles. Patt’s standard material cost per tile is $8 (2 pounds of material× $4.00). Instructions Compute the total, price, and quantity material variances for Patt, Inc. for March. BE 194 During January, Ajax Co. incurs 1,850 hours of direct labor at an hourly cost of $11.80 in producing 1,000 units of its finished product. Ajax standard labor cost per unit of output is $22 (2 hours x $11.00). Instructions Compute the total, price, and quantity labor variances for Ajax Co. for January. BE 195 In October, Glazier Inc. reports 42,000 actual direct labor hours, and it incurs $194,000 of manufacturing overhead costs. Standard hours allowed for the work done is 40,000 hours. Glazier’s predetermined overhead rate is $5.00 per direct labor hour. Instructions Compute the total manufacturing overhead variance. Solution 195 (2 min.) aBE 196 Overhead data for Glazier Inc. are given in BE 195. In addition, the flexible manufacturing overhead budget shows that budgeted costs are $3.80 variable per direct labor hour and $60,000 fixed. Instructions Compute the manufacturing overhead controllable variance. aBE 197 Using the data in BE 195 and BE 196, compute the manufacturing overhead volume variance. Normal capacity was 50,000 direct labor hours. aBE 198 Jet Industries purchased 6,000 units of raw material on account for $17,600, when the standard cost was $18,000. Later in the month, Jet Industries issued 5,600 units of raw materials for production, when the standard units were 5,800. Instructions Journalize the transactions for Jet Industries to account for this activity. A aBE 199 Pedra, Inc. incurred direct labor costs of $54,000 for 6,000 hours. The standard labor cost was $55,200. During the month, Pedra assigned 6,000 direct labor hours costing $54,000 to production. The standard hours were 6,200. Instructions Journalize the transactions for Pedra, Inc. to account for this activity. aBE 200 Manufacturing overhead data for the production of Product B by North Bank, Inc. are as follows. Overhead incurred for 69,000 actual direct labor hours worked $206,000 Overhead rate (variable $2.00; fixed $1.00) at normal capacity of 72,000 direct labor hours $3.00 Standard hours allowed for work done 69,000 Instructions Compute the controllable and volume overhead variances.

Seven Manufacturing Corporation uses both standards and budgets. The company estimates that production for the year will be 100,000 units of Product Fast. To produce these units of Product Fast, the company expects to spend $600,000 for materials and $800,000 for labor.

Instructions

Compute the estimates for (a) a standard cost and (b) a budgeted cost.

 

BE 192

Labor data for making one pound of finished product in Curling Co. are as follows: (1) Price—hourly wage rate $11.00, payroll taxes $1.80, and fringe benefits $1.20. (2) Quantity—actual production time 1.1 hours, rest periods and clean up 0.25 hours, and setup and downtime 0.15 hours.

Instructions

Compute the following.

(a) Standard direct labor rate per hour.

(b) Standard direct labor hours per pound.

(c) Standard cost per pound.

 

BE 193

During March, Patt, Inc. purchases and uses 8,800 pounds of materials costing $35,640 to make 4,000 tiles. Patt’s standard material cost per tile is $8 (2 pounds of material× $4.00).

Instructions

Compute the total, price, and quantity material variances for Patt, Inc. for March.

 

BE 194

During January, Ajax Co. incurs 1,850 hours of direct labor at an hourly cost of $11.80 in producing 1,000 units of its finished product. Ajax standard labor cost per unit of output is $22
(2 hours x $11.00).

Instructions

Compute the total, price, and quantity labor variances for Ajax Co. for January.

 

BE 195

In October, Glazier Inc. reports 42,000 actual direct labor hours, and it incurs $194,000 of manufacturing overhead costs. Standard hours allowed for the work done is 40,000 hours. Glazier’s predetermined overhead rate is $5.00 per direct labor hour.

Instructions

Compute the total manufacturing overhead variance.

Solution 195 (2 min.)

 

aBE 196

Overhead data for Glazier Inc. are given in BE 195. In addition, the flexible manufacturing overhead budget shows that budgeted costs are $3.80 variable per direct labor hour and $60,000 fixed.

Instructions

Compute the manufacturing overhead controllable variance.

 


aBE 197

Using the data in BE 195 and BE 196, compute the manufacturing overhead volume variance. Normal capacity was 50,000 direct labor hours.

 

aBE 198

Jet Industries purchased 6,000 units of raw material on account for $17,600, when the standard cost was $18,000. Later in the month, Jet Industries issued 5,600 units of raw materials for production, when the standard units were 5,800.

Instructions

Journalize the transactions for Jet Industries to account for this activity.

A

aBE 199

Pedra, Inc. incurred direct labor costs of $54,000 for 6,000 hours. The standard labor cost was $55,200. During the month, Pedra assigned 6,000 direct labor hours costing $54,000 to production. The standard hours were 6,200.

Instructions

Journalize the transactions for Pedra, Inc. to account for this activity.

 


aBE 200

Manufacturing overhead data for the production of Product B by North Bank, Inc. are as follows.

Overhead incurred for 69,000 actual direct labor hours worked $206,000

Overhead rate (variable $2.00; fixed $1.00) at normal capacity of

72,000 direct labor hours $3.00

Standard hours allowed for work done 69,000

Instructions

Compute the controllable and volume overhead variances.

 

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