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    1) After its facilities were automated, Flame Metal Works was able to reduce labor hours for Product A by 3,000 hours. Before automation, Product A consumed 8,000 labor hours. Product B was not affected by the automation and continued to consume 7,000 labor hours. Automation increased total overhead from $30,000 $36,000.

    Which of the following choices would be true about the amount of overhead allocation if labor hours were used as the company-wide allocation base?

    Product Before Automation After Automation
    ________________________________________
    a. A $24,000 $15,000
    b. B $14,000 $14,000
    c. B $21,000 $14,000
    d. A $16,000 $15,000

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    2) Which are the following statements is true concerning the amount of overhead allocation if the company continues to use direct labor hours as cost driver?

    a. After automation, Product A is under costed.

    b. After automation, Product A is over costed.

    c. After automation, Product B is over costed.

    d. Both a and c.

    3) ABC Company budgeted the following transactions from May 2003:
    Sales (60% collected in month of sale) $180,000
    Cash Operating Expenses $105,000
    Cash Purchases of Capital Investments $50,000
    Cash Repayment on Note Payable $40,000
    Depreciation on Equipment $25,000

    There was a $35,000 beginning cash balance. Sales for April were $75,000 and 40% expected to be collected in the month following the sales. The company desires to have a $20,000 and the cash balance. Determine the amount of cash overage or shortage.

    a. $42,000 shortage.

    b. $23,000 overage.

    c. $22,000 shortage.

    d. $43,000 overage.

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    1) After its facilities were automated, Flame Metal Works was able to reduce labor hours for Product A by 3,000 hours. Before automation, Product A consumed 8,000 labor hours. Product B was not affected by the automation and continued to consume 7,000 labor hours. Automation increased total overhead from $30,000 $36,000.

    Which of the following choices would be true about the amount of overhead allocation if labor hours were used as the company-wide allocation base?

    Product Before Automation After Automation
    ________________________________________
    a. A $24,000 $15,000
    b. B $14,000 $14,000
    c. B $21,000 $14,000
    d. A $16,000 $15,000 ...

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