1. Sweet Dreams, Inc. manufactures bedding sets. The budgeted production is for 52,000 comforters in 2012. Each comforter requires 1.5 hours to cut and sew the material.
If cutting and sewing labor costs $11.00 per hour, determine the direct labor budget for 2012. Please answer in budget form.
2. Ruby Company produces a chair that requires 5 yards. of material per unit. The standard price of one yard of material is $7.50. During the month, 8,400 chairs were manufactured, using 43,700 yards at a cost of $7.30 per yard.
Determine the (a) price variance, (b) quantity variance, and (c) cost variance.
3. Japan Company produces lamps that require 2.25 standard hours per unit at an hourly rate of $15.00 per hour.
If 7,700 units required 19,250 hours at an hourly rate of $14.90 per hour, what is the direct labor
(a) rate variance, (b) time variance, and (c) cost variance?
4. Trumpet Company produced 8,700 units of product that required 3.25 standard hours per unit. The standard variable overhead cost per unit is $4.00 per hour. The actual variance factory overhead was $111,000.
Determine the variable factory overhead controllable variance.
5. The Trumpet Company produced 8,700 units of a product that required 3.25 standard hours per unit. The standard fixed overhead cost per unit is $1.20 per hour at 29,000 hours, which is 100% of normal capacity.
Determine the fixed factory overhead volume variance
6. Rosser Company produces a container that requires 4 yds. of material per unit. The standard price of one yard of material is $4.50. During the month, 9,500 chairs were manufactured, using 37,300 yards.
Journalize the entry to record the standard direct materials used in production
Variance analysis is done to identify and control the business process. Variance is the difference between the standard activities and actual activities of the business process.
Answer and Explanation: 1
Total labor budget required for total production is calculated as follow:
Total labor cost required per unit of comforter = Each comforter...
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Variance analysis modeling tracks the changes or trends of different costs over time to better inform budgeting decisions. Learn how this model can be used with direct materials, direct labor, and overhead variances.