   Chapter 11, Problem 37E ### Managerial Accounting: The Corners...

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Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
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7th Edition
Maryanne M. Mowen + 2 others
ISBN: 9781337115773
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# (Appendix 11A) Cycle Time and VelocityLasker Company divided its tool production factory into manufacturing cells. Each cell produces one product. The cordless drill cell had the following data for last quarter:Maximum units produced in a quarter: 90,000 unitsActual units produced in a quarter: 75,000 unitsHours of cell production labor in a quarter: 30,000 hoursRequired:Compute the (1) theoretical cycle time (in minutes), (2) actual cycle time (in minutes), (3) theoretical velocity (in units per hour), and (4) actual velocity (in units per hour).

(1)

To determine

Calculate theoretical cycle time (in minutes).

Explanation

Cycle Time:

Cycle time is the activity performance measure that calculates the duration of time which is required to manufacture one unit of product.

Use the following formula to calculate the theoretical cycle time:

Theoretical cycle time=(Productive hours×Number of minutes in an hour)Maximum units produced

Substitute 30,000 hours for productive hours, 60 minutes for a number of minutes in an hour and 90,000 units for maximum units produced in the above formula

(2)

To determine

Calculate the actual cycle time (in minutes).

(3)

To determine

Calculate theoretical velocity (in units per hour).

(4)

To determine

Calculate actual velocity (in units per hour).

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