need help on this one..please show as much work as possible so I can grasp the concept of where each of the number s are coming from .

need help on this one..please show as much work as possible so I can grasp the concept of where each of the number s are coming from .

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The Gilster Company, a machine tooling firm, has several plants. One plant, located in S
Minnesota, uses a job order costing system for its batch production processes. The St. Fa
has two departments through which most jobs pass. Plantwide overhead, which includes
manager’s salary, accounting personnel, cafeteria, and human resources, is budgeted at $
During the past year, actual plantwide overhead was $190,000. Each department’s o
consists primarily of depreciation and other machine-related expenses. Selected budge
actual data from the St. Falls plant for the past year are as follows:
Departme
nt A
Department B
Budgete
d
departme
nt
overhead
(exclu
des
plantwide
overhead)
$
100,000
$
500,000
Actual
departme
nt
overhead
110,000
520,000
Expected
activity:
Direct
labor
hours
50,000
10,000
Machin
e-hours
10,000
50,000
Actual
activity:
Direct
labor
hours
51,000
9,000
Machin
e-hours
10,500
52,000
For the coming year, the accountants at St. Falls are in the process of helping the sales fo
for several jobs. Projected data pertaining to job no. 110 are as follows:

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Direct
materials
$
20,000
Direct
labor cost:
Depart
ment A
(2,000 hr)
30,000
Depart
ment B
(500 hr)
6,000
Machine-
hours
projected:
Depart
ment A
100
Depart
ment B
1,200
Units
produced
10,000
Assume the St. Falls plant uses a single
plantwide overhead rate to assign
all
overhead (plantwide and department)
costs to jobs. Find the overhead rate by
using expected direct labor hours.
(Round
your answer to 2 decimal places. Omit
the “$” sign in your response.)
Overhead
rate
$ per direct labor hour
Determine the projected amount of
total manufacturing costs per unit for
the units in job no. 110.
(Round
your answer to 2 decimal places.
Omit
the
“$”
sign
in
your
response.)
Manufacturing costs for Job 110
$ per unit
Calculate plantwide overhead rate using Machine Hours on projected manufacturing costs
(Round your answer to 2 decimal places. Omit the “$” sign in your response.)
Plantwide overhead rate
$ per machine hour

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