This is a group-assignment.

| October 3, 2018

This is a group-assignment. Each group needs to have 2 to 3 members in it. Please organise yourselves into groups.Please make sure that names and ID numbers of all members are stated on the cover sheet of your submission.As this is a group assignment, each member of the group is awarded the same mark. Working in groups has its pros and cons. I am sure that you will hold constructive and energetic group discussions on the issues at hand. In case of any disagreements, you will be able to resolve them in a democratic and rational way. There will be times when you may have to agree to disagree with each other. Invariably different group members bring different skills to a project; it is up to you to make the best of it. I believe one can learn a lot by discussing the issues with one’s colleagues.If you happen to find your group members are “not pulling their weight” or there are problems with any member’s commitment, then please try to resolve those issues amongst yourselves. Open and honest communication always helps. If you are unable to resolve these issues, you are most welcome to see me and we will try to sort out the problems together. Do this as soon as possible and certainly before the due date.Please adapt this to suit your group, particularly the last two paragraphs.PART 1:George Ltd manufactures two types of coils used in electric motors. The two types are: C20 and D40. They both require plastic and metal. Information for the two products for the month of April is given in the following tables:Input pricesDirect materialsPlastic$4 per kilogramMetal$3 per kilogramDirect manufacturing labour$10 per direct manufacturing labour hourInput quantities per unit of outputC20D40Direct materialsPlastic4 kilograms6 kilogramsMetal0.5 kilogram1 kilogramDirect manufacturing labour-hours (DMLH)3 hours5 hoursMachine-hours (MH)10 MH18MHInventory information, direct materialsPlasticMetalBeginning inventory250 kilograms60 kilogramsTarget ending inventory380 kilograms55 kilogramsCost of beginning inventory$950$180The company accounts for direct materials using a FIFO cost flow assumption.Sales and inventory information, finished goodsC20D40Expected sales in units500300Selling price$160$250Target ending inventory in units3515Beginning inventory in units1530Beginning inventory in dollars$1500$5580The company uses:· a FIFO cost flow assumption for finished goods inventory.· an activity-based costing system and classifies overhead into three activity pools: Set-up, Processing and Inspection. Activity rates for these activities are $100 per set-up hour. $5 per machine-hour and $16 per inspection-hour, respectively.Other information is as follows:Cost driver informationC20D40Number of units per batch2015Set-up time per batch1.5 hours1.75 hoursInspection time per batch0.5 hour0.6 hourNon-manufacturing fixed costs for March equal $36,000 of which half are salaries. Salaries are expected to increase by 5% in April. The only variable non-manufacturing cost is sales commission equal to 1% of sales revenue.Required:Prepare the following for April:a.Sales budgetb.Production budget in unitsc.Direct material usage budget and direct material purchases budgetd.Manufacturing overhead cost budgets for each of the three activitiese.Budgeted income statement (ignore income taxes)

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