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You add all the costs together that are related to the manufacturing process. An example of something included would be electricity for the manufacturing floor, something excluded would be CEO's auto allowance. You then divide by what your cost driver is...(machine hours, direct labor hours, etc..) that gives you an overhead cost per.
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