# Financial and Managerial Accounting: PR22-1B Vintage Dresses Inc. manufactures dresses in a small

Financial and Managerial Accounting

PROBLEM 22-1B Direct materials and direct labor variance analysis

Vintage Dresses Inc. manufactures dresses in a small manufacturing facility. Manufacturing has 20 employees. Each employee presently provides 35 hours of productive labor per week. Information about a production week is as follows: Standard wage per hour $10.80 Standard labor time per dress 12 minutes Standard number of yards of fabric per dress 3.8 yards Standard price per yard of fabric $2.90 Actual price per yard of fabric $2.75

Actual yards of fabric used during the week 12,100 yards Number of dresses produced during the week 3,250 Actual wage per hour $11.00 Actual hours per week 700 hours

Instructions:

Round all per unit answers to nearest whole cent.

a. Determine the standard cost per dress for direct materials and direct labor.

b. Determine the price variance, quantity variance, and total direct materials cost variance. Enter favorable variances with parenthesis. example (1234)

c. Determine the rate variance, time variance, and total direct labor cost variance. Enter favorable variances with parenthesis. example (1234)

PROBLEM 22-1B Direct materials and direct labor variance analysis

Vintage Dresses Inc. manufactures dresses in a small manufacturing facility. Manufacturing has 20 employees. Each employee presently provides 35 hours of productive labor per week. Information about a production week is as follows: Standard wage per hour $10.80 Standard labor time per dress 12 minutes Standard number of yards of fabric per dress 3.8 yards Standard price per yard of fabric $2.90 Actual price per yard of fabric $2.75

Actual yards of fabric used during the week 12,100 yards Number of dresses produced during the week 3,250 Actual wage per hour $11.00 Actual hours per week 700 hours

Instructions:

Round all per unit answers to nearest whole cent.

a. Determine the standard cost per dress for direct materials and direct labor.

b. Determine the price variance, quantity variance, and total direct materials cost variance. Enter favorable variances with parenthesis. example (1234)

c. Determine the rate variance, time variance, and total direct labor cost variance. Enter favorable variances with parenthesis. example (1234)

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