# Topic: Welcome to SummerACCT203 DL Syllabus SummChapter 4. Activity-Based CChapter 4: Homeworkb Introduction To ManagerialXhttps://newconnect.mheducation.com/flow/connect.htmlChapter 4: HomeworkiSavedHelpSave & ExitSubmitCheck my work mode : This shows what is correct or incorrect for the work you have completed so far. It does not indicate completion.Return to question3Exercise 4-8 Computing ABC Product Costs (LO4-2, LO4-3)[The following information applies to the questions displayed below]Performance Products Corporation makes two products, titanium Rims and Posts. Data regarding the two products followPart 2 of 2DirectLabor-HoursAnnualProductionper unit228,000Rims0.30polntsunits76,000unitsPosts0.60Additional information about the company follows:a. Rims require \$17 in direct materials per unit, and Posts require \$15.b. The direct labor wage rate is \$15 per hour.c. Rims are more complex to manufacture than Posts and they require special equipment.d. The ABC system has the following activity cost pools:Estimated ActivityEstimatedOverheadActivity Cost PoolMachine setupsActivity MeasureNumber of setupsSpecial processing Machine-hoursRimsTotalCostPosts30,400\$145,160Direct labor-hours \$728,0001202804002,0009,0002,00056,000General factory47,000Exercise 4-8 Part 22. Determine the unit product cost of each product according to the ABC system. (Do not round intermediate calculations. Roundyour final answers to 2 decimal places.)Answer is complete but not entirely correct.McGrawof 7PrevNext>36:25 PMO Type here to search7/20/2019

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Rims:

Direct materials: 17

Direct Labor: 96.42857 (6.4285 * \$15)

Manufacturing overhead: 4.8405 (.3 DLHS * \$16.135)

Unit Product Cost: 118.27

Posts:

Direct materials: 15

Direct Labor: 17.76315789 (1.184210526 * \$15)

Manufacturing overhead: 9.681 (.6 DLHS * \$16.135)

Unit Product Cost: 42.44

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Unit product cost represents the total cost of producing one or a single unit. Calculation of unit product cost can be done either by dividing amount of total cost by the number of units manufactured or by adding per unit cost of direct material, overheads and direct labor.

Step 2

In this question, per unit cost will be calculated by adding up per unit cost of material, labor and overheads. Overhead cost (per unit) will be calculated. Material and labor cost (per unit) is given as follows:

Step 3

Overhead cost per unit will be calculated by dividing total overhead cost incurred by both the product...

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