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Business, 18.10.2019 06:30, 20jhutchinson

Jaxson corporation has the following data related to direct labor costs for september: actual costs are 10,200 hours at $15.75 per hour and standard costs are 10,800 hours at $15.50 per hour. what is the direct labor time variance? a. $9,300 favorable b. $9,300 unfavorable c. $9,450 favorable d. $9,450 unfavorable

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