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According to the cost allocation methods used in the companys

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According to the cost allocation methods used in the company's accounting system that are described in the Production Cost Report, if a company employs 100 PATs at a total labor cost of $9,000,000 (including wages, fringes, incentives, overtime, training, and severance expenses), assembles and ships 800,000 entry-level cameras and 200,000 multi-featured cameras over the course of a year, has revenues of $80 million from sales of entry level cameras, and revenues of $120 million from the sale of multi-featured cameras, then the total annual labor costs allocated to the assembly and shipment of entry-level cameras and the labor costs per entry-level camera assembled and shipped, respectively, will be
Submitted: 4 years ago.
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Expert:  linda_us replied 4 years ago.
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Expert:  linda_us replied 4 years ago.
Answer is $7,200,000 and $9.00.

(I am assuming cost allocation is based on Number of units and not on sale price.)



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