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60000 + 30000 = 90000 = 60% / 60 = 1500 = 1% x 100 = 150000 = 100% X .4 = 60000

The above solution is incorrect. By definition, the conversion cost is the sum of the direct labor cost and the overhead. Therefore, if we assume x is the conversion cost, then x = 0.4x + 60,000. The solution is conversion cost = 100,000. Hence, the direct labor cost = 40,000. Note that the knowing the direct material cost is not necessary for the computation of the labor cost. I am really bad at math so i just have to think you are right on this one

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Q: What is the direct labor cost if a company's direct labor is 40 percent of its conversion cost and the manufacturing overhead cost for the last period was 60000 and the direct materials cost was 30000?
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