Bountiful Manufacturing produces two types of bike frames (Frame X and Frame Y). Frame X passes through four processes: cutting, welding, polishing, and painting. Frame Y uses three of the same processes: cutting, welding, and painting. Each of the four processes employs 10 workers who work eight hours each day. Frame X sells for $40 per unit, and Frame Y sells for $55 per unit. Materials are the only unit-level variable expense. The materials cost for Frame X is $20 per unit, and the materials cost for Frame Y is $25 per unit. Bountiful’s accounting system has provided the following additional information about its operations and products:
Bountiful’s management has determined that any production interruptions can be corrected within two days.

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