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# Joshua interview people and handles employee conflicts. he works in: a) human resources b) business management c) financial planning d) accounting

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Morgana company identifies three activities in its manufacturing process: machine setups, machining, and inspections. estimated annual overhead cost for each activity is \$168,000, \$315,900, an \$97,200, respectively. the cost driver for each activity and the expected annual usage are number of setups 2,100, machine hours 24,300, and number of inspections 1,800. compute the overhead rate for each activity. machine setups \$ per setup machining \$ per machine hour inspections \$ per inspection
The following data pertains to activity and costs for two months: june july activity level in 10,000 12,000 direct materials \$16,000 \$ ? fixed factory rent 12,000 ? manufacturing overhead 10,000 ? total cost \$38,000 \$42,900 assuming that these activity levels are within the relevant range, the manufacturing overhead for july was: a) \$10,000 b) \$11,700 c) \$19,000 d) \$9,300
Acompany that makes shopping carts for supermarkets and other stores recently purchased some new equipment that reduces the labor content of the jobs needed to produce the shopping carts. prior to buying the new equipment, the company used 6 workers, who produced an average of 79 carts per hour. workers receive \$16 per hour, and machine coast was \$49 per hour. with the new equipment, it was possible to transfer one of the workers to another department, and equipment cost increased by \$11 per hour while output increased by four carts per hour. a) compute the multifactor productivity (mfp) (labor plus equipment) under the prior to buying the new equipment. the mfp (carts/\$) = (round to 4 decimal places). b) compute the productivity changes between the prior to and after buying the new equipment. the productivity growth = % (round to 2 decimal places)