View PoliciesCurrent Attempt in ProgressE-Flix rents DVDS that are mailed out to customers upon demand. E-Flix has identified three activities involved in getting the videos to itscustomers. Information on those activities for the month of July follows:EstimatedExpected Use ofCost DriversCost PoolsCost DriversOverhead CostOrder taking costsNumber of orders$20,592187,200 ordersTechnology supportNumber of minutes$11,700234,000 minutesPicking and shippingNumber of DVDS$39,624330,200 DVDScostsDuring July, the Tucker family placed 17 orders consisting of 21 DVDs. Tucker required 7 minutes of tech support. Customers pay $9.00 permonth to rent unlimited DVDS. Using ABC, how much overhead is applied to the Tucker family account for order taking costs?O $4.74O $2.52O $1.871O $6.45Submit AnswerSave for LaterAttempts: 0 of 1 used2:27 PM10/13/20e

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E-Flix rents DVDS that are mailed out to customers upon demand. E-Flix has identified three activities involved in getting the videos to its
customers. Information on those activities for the month of July follows:
Estimated
Expected Use of
Cost Drivers
Cost Pools
Cost Drivers
Overhead Cost
Order taking costs
Number of orders
$20,592
187,200 orders
Technology support
Number of minutes
$11,700
234,000 minutes
Picking and shipping
Number of DVDS
$39,624
330,200 DVDS
costs
During July, the Tucker family placed 17 orders consisting of 21 DVDs. Tucker required 7 minutes of tech support. Customers pay $9.00 per
month to rent unlimited DVDS. Using ABC, how much overhead is applied to the Tucker family account for order taking costs?
O $4.74
O $2.52
O $1.871
O $6.45
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View Policies Current Attempt in Progress E-Flix rents DVDS that are mailed out to customers upon demand. E-Flix has identified three activities involved in getting the videos to its customers. Information on those activities for the month of July follows: Estimated Expected Use of Cost Drivers Cost Pools Cost Drivers Overhead Cost Order taking costs Number of orders $20,592 187,200 orders Technology support Number of minutes $11,700 234,000 minutes Picking and shipping Number of DVDS $39,624 330,200 DVDS costs During July, the Tucker family placed 17 orders consisting of 21 DVDs. Tucker required 7 minutes of tech support. Customers pay $9.00 per month to rent unlimited DVDS. Using ABC, how much overhead is applied to the Tucker family account for order taking costs? O $4.74 O $2.52 O $1.871 O $6.45 Submit Answer Save for Later Attempts: 0 of 1 used 2:27 PM 10/13/20 e

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