Cost of Goods Sold and the Periodic SystemKanzu Company uses the periodic inventory system. Kanzu started the periodwith $10,000 in inventory. The Company purchased an additional $25,000 ofmerchandise, and returned $1,000 for a full credit. A physical count of inventoryat the end of the period revealed that there was an ending inventory balance of$8,000What was Kanzu's cost of goods sold during the period?

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Cost of Goods Sold and the Periodic System
Kanzu Company uses the periodic inventory system. Kanzu started the period
with $10,000 in inventory. The Company purchased an additional $25,000 of
merchandise, and returned $1,000 for a full credit. A physical count of inventory
at the end of the period revealed that there was an ending inventory balance of
$8,000
What was Kanzu's cost of goods sold during the period?
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Cost of Goods Sold and the Periodic System Kanzu Company uses the periodic inventory system. Kanzu started the period with $10,000 in inventory. The Company purchased an additional $25,000 of merchandise, and returned $1,000 for a full credit. A physical count of inventory at the end of the period revealed that there was an ending inventory balance of $8,000 What was Kanzu's cost of goods sold during the period?

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