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Determining actual quantity of materials
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During June, 90,000 units were produced. The standard quantity of material allowed per unit was 2 pounds at a standard cost of $5 per pound. If there was an unfavorable quantity variance of $5,000 for June, the actual quantity of materials used must have been

179,000 pounds

181,000 pounds

84,000 pounds

1,000 pounds




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