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Sanderlin Corporation has two manufacturing departments--Machining and Finishing. The company used the following data at the beginning of the year to calculate predetermined overhead rates:

MachiningFinishingTotal
Estimated total machine-hours (MHs)5,0005,00010,000
Estimated total fixed manufacturing overhead cost$ 26,500$ 13,500$ 40,000
Estimated variable manufacturing overhead cost per MH$ 2.00$ 3.00

During the most recent month, the company started and completed two jobs--Job C and Job L. There were no beginning inventories. Data concerning those two jobs follow:

Job CJob L
Direct materials$ 12,500$ 8,200
Direct labor cost$ 20,200$ 6,400
Machining machine-hours3,4001,600
Finishing machine-hours2,0003,000

Assume that the company uses departmental predetermined overhead rates with machine-hours as the allocation base in both production departments. The manufacturing overhead applied to Job L is closest to: (Round your intermediate calculations to 2 decimal places.)



▸ $29,900

▸ $11,680

▸ $28,780

▸ $17,100
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Introduction to Managerial Accounting: Brewer Edition: 9e


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