52. MC.18-058Scoresby Co. uses 6 machine hours and 2 direct labor hours to produce Product X. It uses 8 machine hours and 16 direct labor hours to produce Product Y. Scoresby's Assembly and Finishing departments have factory overhead rates of $240 per machine hour and $160 per direct labor hour, respectively. How much overhead cost will be charged to the two products?a.Product X = $1,760; Product Y = $4,480b.Product X = $1,440; Product Y = $2,560c.Product X = $3,200; Product Y = $9,600d.Product X = $800; Product Y = $800

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52. MC.18-058
Scoresby Co. uses 6 machine hours and 2 direct labor hours to produce Product X. It uses 8 machine hours and 16 direct labor hours to produce Product Y. Scoresby's Assembly and Finishing departments have factory overhead rates of $240 per machine hour and $160 per direct labor hour, respectively. How much overhead cost will be charged to the two products?
a.Product X = $1,760; Product Y = $4,480
b.Product X = $1,440; Product Y = $2,560
c.Product X = $3,200; Product Y = $9,600
d.Product X = $800; Product Y = $800
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Overhead Cost:

Overhead cost is the expense incurred in the operations of a business. This expense does not include the cost which is incurred on labor. Therefore; this cost is known as overhead cost.

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