# chapter 3. LO.1

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chapter 3. LO.1 1 answer below » For 2010, Omaha Mechanical has a monthly overhead cost formula of \$42,900 + \$6 per direct labor hour. The firm’s 2010 expected annual capacity is 78,000
direct labor hours, to be incurred evenly each month. Making one unit of the company’s product requires 1.5 direct labor hours. a. Determine the total overhead to be applied per unit of product in 2010. Round your answer to the nearest cent. b. Prepare the journal entry to record the incurrence of \$128,550 of actual overhead in January
2010. Prepare the journal entry to record the application of View complete question » For 2010, Omaha Mechanical has a monthly overhead cost formula of \$42,900 + \$6 per direct labor hour. The firm’s 2010 expected annual capacity is 78,000
direct labor hours, to be incurred evenly each month. Making one unit of the company’s product requires 1.5 direct labor hours. a. Determine the total overhead to be applied per unit of product in 2010. Round your answer to the nearest cent. b. Prepare the journal entry to record the incurrence of \$128,550 of actual overhead in January
2010. Prepare the journal entry to record the application of overhead to Work in Process Inventory in January 2010, when 6,390 direct
labor hours were worked. c. Given the actual direct labor hours in part (b), how many units would you have expected to be
produced in January? Also, to start off, if your answer is not \$18.90 for part a, do not answer this question. Every lookup I have received has given
the wrong answer to this question. (42,900*12)= \$514,800 (\$6 * 78000)= \$468,000 468,000+514,000 =982000 982000/ (78000/1.5) = approx. \$18.90 If this is not your answer to a, please do not answer! I have read countless answers where something different was given. View less » Dec 06 2013 12:12 PM