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Turbo Champs, Corp., uses activity-based

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E18-16 Product costing in an activity-based costing system [15–20 min]
Turbo Champs, Corp., uses activity-based costing to account for its motorcycle manufacturing
process. Company managers have identified three supporting manufacturing
activities: inspection, machine setup, and machine maintenance. The budgeted
activity costs for 2012 and their allocation bases are as follows:

Inspection 6000
Machine setup 32000
Machine maintenance 5000
Total 43000

Turbo Champs expects to produce 20 custom-built motorcycles for the year.
The motorcycles are expected to require 100 inspections, 20 setups, and
100 maintenance hours.

1. Compute the cost allocation rate for each activity.
2. Compute the indirect manufacturing cost of each motorcycle.

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