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# 20) Tigerwoods, Inc produces two different products (product T and product W) using two different activities....

20) Tigerwoods, Inc produces two different products (product T and product W) using two different activities. Machining which uses machine hours and inspection that uses a number of batched are respective cost drivers. The activity rate for the machining is \$250 per machine hour and \$750 per batch for inspection. The activity drivers are used as following:
Product T Product W Total
Machine hours 1000 3000 4000
Number of batches 45 15 60

What is the amount of Machining costs assigned to Product W?
A. 33,750
B 750,000
C. 250,000
D. 11,250

And what is the amount of inspection costs assigned to Product T?
A. 33,750
B. 750,000
C. \$250,000
D. 11,250

The amount of Machining costs assigned to Product W

The amount of Machining costs assigned to Product W = Machine Hours x Machining cost per machine hours

= 3,000 Machine Hours x \$250 per Machine hours

= \$750,000

“The amount of Machining costs assigned to Product W = (B). \$750,000”

The amount of inspection costs assigned to Product T

The amount of inspection costs assigned to Product T = Number of Batches x Inspection cost per batches

= 45 Batches x \$750 per batch

= \$33,750

“The amount of inspection costs assigned to Product T = (A). \$33,750”

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