Dake Corporation's relevant range of activity is 3,100 units to 6,500 units. When it produces and sells 4,800 units, its average costs per unit are as follows: Average Cost per Unit Direct materials $ 7 Direct labor $ 3.00 Variable manufacturing overhead $ 1.75 Fixed manufacturing overhead $ 3.00 Fixed selling expense $ 1.05 Fixed administrative expense $ 0.75 Sales commissions $ 0.85 Variable administrative expense $ 0.75 For financial reporting purposes, the total amount of product costs incurred to make 4,800 units is closest to:

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Dake Corporation's relevant range of activity is 3,100 units to 6,500 units.
When it produces and sells 4,800 units, its average costs per unit are as
follows: Average Cost per Unit Direct materials $ 7 Direct labor $ 3.00
Variable manufacturing overhead $ 1.75 Fixed manufacturing overhead $ 3.00
Fixed selling expense $ 1.05 Fixed administrative expense $ 0.75 Sales
commissions $ 0.85 Variable administrative expense $ 0.75 For financial
reporting purposes, the total amount of product costs incurred to make 4,800
units is closest to:
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Dake Corporation's relevant range of activity is 3,100 units to 6,500 units. When it produces and sells 4,800 units, its average costs per unit are as follows: Average Cost per Unit Direct materials $ 7 Direct labor $ 3.00 Variable manufacturing overhead $ 1.75 Fixed manufacturing overhead $ 3.00 Fixed selling expense $ 1.05 Fixed administrative expense $ 0.75 Sales commissions $ 0.85 Variable administrative expense $ 0.75 For financial reporting purposes, the total amount of product costs incurred to make 4,800 units is closest to:

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