Pedregon Corporation has provided the following information: Cost per Unit Cost per PeriodDirect materials $6.95 Direct labor $3.50 Variable manufacturing overhead $1.75 Fixed manufacturing overhead $19,800Sales commissions $0.40 Variable administrative expense $0.50 Fixed selling and administrative expense $7,700. If $4,500 UNITS ARE SOLD, THE TOTAL VARIABLE COST IS CLOSEST TO:

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Pedregon Corporation has provided the following information: Cost per Unit
Cost per PeriodDirect materials $6.95 Direct labor $3.50 Variable
manufacturing overhead $1.75 Fixed manufacturing overhead $19,800Sales
commissions $0.40 Variable administrative expense $0.50 Fixed selling and
administrative expense $7,700. If $4,500 UNITS ARE SOLD, THE TOTAL
VARIABLE COST IS CLOSEST TO:
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Pedregon Corporation has provided the following information: Cost per Unit Cost per PeriodDirect materials $6.95 Direct labor $3.50 Variable manufacturing overhead $1.75 Fixed manufacturing overhead $19,800Sales commissions $0.40 Variable administrative expense $0.50 Fixed selling and administrative expense $7,700. If $4,500 UNITS ARE SOLD, THE TOTAL VARIABLE COST IS CLOSEST TO: