Overhead absorption task?

Did you round the answer to the nearest £pound?

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  • Manac Les
    Manac Les Registered Posts: 5 Regular contributor ⭐ ? ⭐
    Absorption

    Think I left my at two decimal places? I hope, in the great scheme of things, that they won't mark down either way.

    Good luck for wednesday!!
  • Essexgal
    Essexgal Registered Posts: 42 ? ? ?
    Pretty sure my answer was a whole number 50 for the first one cant remember second
  • LondonMatt
    LondonMatt Registered Posts: 1,110
    50 doesn't sound familiar? :001_unsure:
  • Hayley
    Hayley Registered Posts: 23 Dedicated contributor ? ? ?
    Think I got £50 for the first and £16 for the second
  • Hunnie
    Hunnie Registered Posts: 41 ? ? ?
    LondonMatt wrote: »
    50 doesn't sound familiar? :001_unsure:

    I got £50 for the first one and then £16 for the second
  • Essexgal
    Essexgal Registered Posts: 42 ? ? ?
    I might be thinking of another question lol.. ill be quiet think im causing confusion here ha ha
  • LondonMatt
    LondonMatt Registered Posts: 1,110
    Hunnie wrote: »
    I got £50 for the first one and then £16 for the second

    Oh FFS! Thats another wrong then...
  • katieh
    katieh Registered Posts: 25 ? ? ?
    i got 50 for 1st and i thought i got 12 for 2nd but couldof been 16
  • Dill
    Dill Registered Posts: 23 Dedicated contributor ? ? ?
    I'm adding my hand to the £50 / £16 list.
  • jenz496
    jenz496 Registered Posts: 31 ? ? ?
    Im pretty sure it was 420200 / 8404 (budgeted overheads/machine hours) which is £50 for the first and £16 for the second.
  • Hunnie
    Hunnie Registered Posts: 41 ? ? ?
    jenz496 wrote: »
    Im pretty sure it was 420200 / 8404 (budgeted overheads/machine hours) which is £50 for the first and £16 for the second.

    ...then 260000/16250 = £16 for the second (overheads/direct labour hours)
  • LondonMatt
    LondonMatt Registered Posts: 1,110
    Hunnie wrote: »
    ...then 260000/16250 = £16 for the second (overheads/direct labour hours)

    I don't know the total I got for the overheads, but I'm pretty sure I didn't get a number that ended in an even '000'. Which is good, because it means I done the calculation for absorption right, I just had the wrong overhead amount (I must have just mis-cast somewhere in the previous question)
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