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Kalanja​ designs, which produces​ earrings, is developing direct material standards. each earring requires 0.49 kilograms of a special metal. the allowance for waste is 0.6 kilograms per​ earring, while the allowance for rejects is 1 kilograms per earring. what is the standard quantity of metal per​ earring?

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