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December 7, 2016
Posted by **Anonymous** on Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 3:11pm.

During September of the current year, the controller was asked to perform variance analyses for August. The January operating data provided the standard prices, rates, times, and quantities per case. There were 1,200 cases produced during August, which was 50 more cases than planned at the beginning of the month. Actual data for August were as follows:

Actual Direct Materials

Price per Case Actual Direct Materials

Quantity per Case

Cream base $1.00 (for 72 ozs.) 75 ozs.

Natural Oils $6.20 (for 24 ozs.) 25 ozs.

Bottle (8-oz.) $4.50 (for 12 bottles) 12.2 bottles

Actual Direct

Labor Rate Actual Direct Labor

Time per Case

Mixing $ 15.25 16.50 min.

Filling $ 11.50 4.50 min.

Actual variable overhead $ 125

Normal volume 1,500 cases

The prices of the materials were different than standard due to fluctuations in the market prices. Specifically, the prices of the cream base and bottles were below the standard price, while the price of natural oils was above the standard price. The Mixing Department used a higher grade labor classification during the month, thus causing the actual labor rate to exceed standard. The Filling department used a lower grade labor classification during the month, thus causing the actual labor rate to be less than standard.

13. Determine and interpret the direct materials price and quantity variances for the three materials. Enter the costs in dollars and cents.

Direct Materials Price Variance

Cream Base Natural Oils Bottles

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Enter the standard price as dollar and cents but carry your answer to three decimals places. For example, $1.3458 would be entered as 1.346.

Direct Materials Quantity Variance

Cream Base Natural Oils Bottles

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Interpret your results. The input in the box below will not be graded, but may be reviewed and considered by your instructor.

14. Determine and interpret the direct labor rate and time variances for the two departments. Enter your answers to two decimal places.

Direct Labor Rate Variance

Mixing Department Filling Department

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Direct Labor Time Variance

Mixing Department Filling Department

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Interpret your results. The input in the box below will not be graded, but may be reviewed and considered by your instructor.

15. Determine and interpret the factory overhead controllable variance.

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Interpret your results. The input in the box below will not be graded, but may be reviewed and considered by your instructor.

16. Determine and interpret the factory overhead volume variance. When determining the fixed factory overhead rate, carry your answer to three decimal places. For example, 5.2786 would be entered as 5.279.

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Interpret your results. The input in the box below will not be graded, but may be reviewed and considered by your instructor.

17. Why are there standard direct labor and direct materials costs in the calculations for parts (13) and (14) based on the actual 1,200-case production volume rather than the planned 1,150 cases of production used in the budgets for parts (9) and (10)?

Interpret your results. The input in the box below will not be graded, but may be reviewed and considered by your instructor.

- ACCT -
**SraJMcGin**, Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 3:57pmditto