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[Quote] I work way better dealing with numbers than anything else. Most people don't find it fun, I find it very interesting. To each his own. Accounting is the best thing to major in if you want to be able to move up a corporate ladder quickly. If you can help your employer make better business and investment decisions, they take notice.

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[Quote] Formula I have written down is direct materials cost + direct labor cost. You may want to check your textbook or if you have lecture notes because there can be minor differences in equation subtleties.

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Try to simplify the terms and add meaning to them, its easier like that for me. For example, Product Cost is the total amount to actually make the[I] product[/I]. You need to incorporate everything into this, how to store the materials for the [I]product[/I], the materials, the labor. They all go into the [I]product[/I]. Conversion Cost. What you need to [I]convert[/I] material to a product. You need the material and you need labor. Hope I'm helping, this is a nice refresher on managerial accoutning before i start intermediate next week blushing

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Prime Cost is the sum of direct labor and direct materials. 85k + 52k Conversion Cost is direct labor and manufacturing overhead. 52k + 62k Product costs is direct mateiral, labor, overhead. 85k + 62+ 52K Last two should be easy from there.

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