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ACC349 Week 4 E8-11 BE9-6 BE9-8 Ch11 Q2 Q11 E11-6

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E8-11 Allied Company’s Small Motor Division manufactures a number of small motorsused in household and office appliances. The Household Division of Allied then assembles
and packages such items as blenders and juicers. Both divisions are free to buy and
sell any of their components internally or externally. The following costs relate to small
motor LN233 on a per unit basis.

Fixed cost per unit $ 5
Variable cost per unit 8
Selling price per unit 30

(a) Assuming that the Small Motor Division has excess capacity, compute the minimum
acceptable price for the transfer of small motor LN233 to the Household

(b) Assuming that the Small Motor Division does not have excess capacity, compute the
minimum acceptable price for the transfer of the small motor to the Household

BE9-6 For Savage Inc. variable manufacturing overhead costs are expected to be$20,000 in the first quarter of 2005 with $2,000 increments in each of the remaining three
quarters. Fixed overhead costs are estimated to be $35,000 in each quarter.

Prepare the manufacturing overhead budget by quarters and in total for the year

BE9-8 Stoker Company has completed all of its operating budgets. The sales budgetfor the year shows 50,000 units and total sales of $2,000,000. The total unit cost of making
one unit of sales is $24.

Selling and administrative expenses are expected to be
$300,000. Income taxes are estimated to be $150,000. Prepare a budgeted income statement
for the year ending December 31, 2005.

E11-6 The following direct materials and direct labor data pertain to the operations ofBatista Manufacturing Company for the month of August.

Compute the total, price, and quantity variances for materials and labor.

2. (a) Explain the similarities and differences between standards and budgets. (b) Contrast the accounting for standards and budgets.

11. In the direct labor variance matrix, there are three factors: (1) Actual hours Actual rate, (2) Actual hours Standard rate, and (3) Standard hours Standard rate. Using the numbers, indicate the formulas for each of the direct labor variances.

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