20-3 Exercises & Problems eBook Calculator The Hershey Company manufactures chocolate confectionery products. The three largest raw materials are cocoa, sugar, and dehydrated milk. These raw materials first go into the Blending Department. The blended product is then sent to the Molding Department, where the bars of candy are formed. The candy is then sent to the Packing Department,, where the bars are wrapped and boxed. The boxed candy is then sent to the distribution center, where it is eventually sold to food brokers and retailers. Show the accounts debited and credited for each of the following business events: a. Materials used by the Blending Department. Debit account Credit account Credit account Credit account b. Transfer of blended product to the Molding Department. Debit account Credit account c. Transfer of chocolate to the Packing Department. Debit account Credit account d. Transfer of boxed chocolate to the distribution center. Debit account Credit account e. Sale of boxed chocolate. Debit account

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Hi i need help answering this question please! The last section got a bit cut off for part e but it is asking for the debit and credit accounts for the sale of boxed chocolate. Thanks!

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The Hershey Company manufactures chocolate confectionery products. The three largest raw materials are cocoa, sugar, and dehydrated milk. These raw materials first go into the Blending Department. The blended product is then sent to the Molding
Department, where the bars of candy are formed. The candy is then sent to the Packing Department,, where the bars are wrapped and boxed. The boxed candy is then sent to the distribution center, where it is eventually sold to food brokers and retailers.
Show the accounts debited and credited for each of the following business events:
a. Materials used by the Blending Department.
Debit account
Credit account
Credit account
Credit account
b. Transfer of blended product to the Molding Department.
Debit account
Credit account
c. Transfer of chocolate to the Packing Department.
Debit account
Credit account
d. Transfer of boxed chocolate to the distribution center.
Debit account
Credit account
e. Sale of boxed chocolate.
Debit account

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20-3 Exercises & Problems eBook Calculator The Hershey Company manufactures chocolate confectionery products. The three largest raw materials are cocoa, sugar, and dehydrated milk. These raw materials first go into the Blending Department. The blended product is then sent to the Molding Department, where the bars of candy are formed. The candy is then sent to the Packing Department,, where the bars are wrapped and boxed. The boxed candy is then sent to the distribution center, where it is eventually sold to food brokers and retailers. Show the accounts debited and credited for each of the following business events: a. Materials used by the Blending Department. Debit account Credit account Credit account Credit account b. Transfer of blended product to the Molding Department. Debit account Credit account c. Transfer of chocolate to the Packing Department. Debit account Credit account d. Transfer of boxed chocolate to the distribution center. Debit account Credit account e. Sale of boxed chocolate. Debit account

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