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(a) What are the two variances between the actual cost and the standard cost for direct labor?(b) Who generally has control over the direct labor cost? a What are the two variances between the actual cost and

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(a) What are the two variances between the actual cost and the standard cost for direct labor?
(b) Who generally has control over the direct labor cost?

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