can any one help me solve these 7 questions please

can any one help me solve these 7 questions please

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1. Two grams of musk oil are required for each bottle of Mink Caress, a very popular perfume
made by a small company in western Siberia. The cost of the musk oil is 180 roubles per
kilogram. (Siberia is located in Russia, whose currency is the rouble.) Budgeted production of
Mink Caress is given below by quarters for Year 2 and for the first quarter of Year 3:
Year 2
Year 3
First
Second
Third
Fourth
First
Budgeted
production, in
bottles
58,000
87,000
153,000
107,000
77,000
Musk oil has become so popular as a perfume ingredient that it has become necessary to carry
large inventories as a precaution against stock-outs. For this reason, the inventory of musk oil at
the end of a quarter must be equal to 25% of the following quarter’s production needs. Some
29,000 grams of musk oil will be on hand to start the first quarter of Year 2.
Required:
Prepare a direct materials budget for musk oil, by quarter and in total, for Year 2. At the bottom
of your budget, show the amount of purchases in roubles for each quarter and for the year in
total.
2. Acme, which uses the high-low method, had total costs of $298,480 at its lowest level of
activity when 10,900 units were sold. When, at its highest level of activity, sales equaled 16,600
units, total costs were $398,800. Acme would estimate fixed costs as
3. Acme uses the high-low method of estimating costs. Acme had total costs of $29,245 at its
lowest level of activity, when 15,000 units were sold. When, at its highest level of activity, sales
equaled 20,300 units, total costs were $39,050. Acme would estimate variable cost per unit as
4.
Bervine, Inc. produces two different products (bompers and woobles) using two different
activities: Machining, which uses machine hours as an activity driver, and Inspection, which
uses number of batches as an activity driver. The cost of Machining is $782,000, while the cost
of Inspection is $40,320. Usage of the activity drivers are as follows:
Bompers
Woobles
Total
Machine hours
1,400
3,200
4,600
Number of batches
54
18
72
What is the activity rate for Inspection?
5. Bervine, Inc. produces two different products (bompers and woobles) using two different
activities: Machining, which uses machine hours as an activity driver, and Inspection, which
uses number of batches as an activity driver. The activity rate for Machining is $180 per
machine hour, and the activity rate for Inspection is $520 per batch. Usage of the activity drivers
are as follows:

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Bompers
Woobles
Total
Machine hours
1,300
3,900
5,200
Number of batches
55
24
79
What is the amount of Machining cost assigned to woobles?
6.
Carmella Inc had the following information for the preceding year:
Beginning
Inventory
(1/1)
Ending
Inventory
(12/31)
Raw Materials Inventory
$44,400 $37,000
Work in Process Inventory
$44,300
$??
Finished Goods Inventory
$31,400
$??
Additional information for the year is as follows:
Direct materials used
$209,300
Direct labor
$153,700
Manufacturing overhead applied
$164,000
Cost of goods manufactured
$529,100
Cost of goods sold
$548,300
What was the ending Work in Process Inventory balance on 12 / 31?
7. Alcatraz Corp has the following information:
Beginning
Inventory
(1/1)
Ending
Inventory
(12/31)
Raw Materials Inventory
$27,000 $36,600
Work in Process Inventory
$23,800 $20,000
Finished Goods Inventory
$34,300 $28,300
Additional information for the year is as follows:
Raw Materials purchases
$104,700
Direct labor
$84,100
Manufacturing overhead applied
$87,300
Indirect materials
$0
Compute the cost of goods manufactured.

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