per direct labor hour. The direct labor rate is $40 per hour. A. Journalize the entry to record the factory labor costs. 4,000 upplied to jobs on the basis of a predetermined overhead rate of 320 B. Journalize the entry to apply factory overhead to production for November. wob turle EX 16-9 Factory overhead rates, entries, and account balance 40.80 per Sundance Solar Company operates two factories. The company applies factory overhead Obj. 2 to jobs on the basis of machine hours in Factory 1 and on the basis of direct labor hours in Factory 2. Estimated factory overhead costs, direct labor hours, and machine hours are bor hour as follows: ballgn $29 1:10202 w VISUnel 10l OW ME HOW adope oned lamon edoj gnisingo year beginning March 1 Factory 1 Factory 2 Estimated factory overhead cost for fiscal ni esqqs inuo$12,900,000 o b b $10,200,0002.8 Estimated direct labor hours for year 250,000 Estimated machine hours for year 600,000 000,0 Actual factory overhead costs for March 000,2 Actual direct labor hours for March $12,990,000 $10,090,000 245,000 A Prepar00QI Actual machine hours for March 610,000 Ch-ite the peual 0,0111 bsedh A. Determine the factory overhead rate for Factory 1. B. Determine the factory overhead rate for Factory 2. C. Journalize the entries to apply factory overhead to production in each factory for March. D. Determine the balances of the factory overhead accounts for each factory as of March 31, and indicate whether the amounts represent over- or underapplied factory overhead.

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Financial and managerial accounting 14th edition by warren, chapter 16, problem 16.9ex solutions for a, b, c, and d.

per direct labor hour. The direct labor rate is $40 per hour.
A. Journalize the entry to record the factory labor costs.
4,000
upplied to jobs on the basis of a predetermined overhead rate of 320
B. Journalize the entry to apply factory overhead to production for November.
wob turle
EX 16-9 Factory overhead rates, entries, and account balance
40.80 per Sundance Solar Company operates two factories. The company applies factory overhead
Obj. 2
to jobs on the basis of machine hours in Factory 1 and on the basis of direct labor hours
in Factory 2. Estimated factory overhead costs, direct labor hours, and machine hours are
bor hour
as follows:
ballgn
$29
1:10202 w VISUnel 10l
OW ME HOW
adope
oned
lamon edoj gnisingo year beginning March 1
Factory 1
Factory 2
Estimated factory overhead cost for fiscal
ni esqqs inuo$12,900,000 o
b b
$10,200,0002.8
Estimated direct labor hours for year
250,000
Estimated machine hours for year
600,000
000,0 Actual factory overhead costs for March
000,2 Actual direct labor hours for March
$12,990,000
$10,090,000
245,000
A Prepar00QI Actual machine hours for March
610,000 Ch-ite
the
peual
0,0111
bsedh
A. Determine the factory overhead rate for Factory 1.
B. Determine the factory overhead rate for Factory 2.
C. Journalize the entries to apply factory overhead to production in each factory for March.
D. Determine the balances of the factory overhead accounts for each factory as of March 31,
and indicate whether the amounts represent over- or underapplied factory overhead.
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per direct labor hour. The direct labor rate is $40 per hour. A. Journalize the entry to record the factory labor costs. 4,000 upplied to jobs on the basis of a predetermined overhead rate of 320 B. Journalize the entry to apply factory overhead to production for November. wob turle EX 16-9 Factory overhead rates, entries, and account balance 40.80 per Sundance Solar Company operates two factories. The company applies factory overhead Obj. 2 to jobs on the basis of machine hours in Factory 1 and on the basis of direct labor hours in Factory 2. Estimated factory overhead costs, direct labor hours, and machine hours are bor hour as follows: ballgn $29 1:10202 w VISUnel 10l OW ME HOW adope oned lamon edoj gnisingo year beginning March 1 Factory 1 Factory 2 Estimated factory overhead cost for fiscal ni esqqs inuo$12,900,000 o b b $10,200,0002.8 Estimated direct labor hours for year 250,000 Estimated machine hours for year 600,000 000,0 Actual factory overhead costs for March 000,2 Actual direct labor hours for March $12,990,000 $10,090,000 245,000 A Prepar00QI Actual machine hours for March 610,000 Ch-ite the peual 0,0111 bsedh A. Determine the factory overhead rate for Factory 1. B. Determine the factory overhead rate for Factory 2. C. Journalize the entries to apply factory overhead to production in each factory for March. D. Determine the balances of the factory overhead accounts for each factory as of March 31, and indicate whether the amounts represent over- or underapplied factory overhead.