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Prepare a differential analysis dated April 8 on whether to sell Product T (Alternative 1) or process it further into Product V (Alternative 2).

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Product T is produced for $2.50 per gallon. Product T can be sold without additional processing for $3.50 per gallon, or processed further into Product V at an additional total cost of $0.70 per gallon. Product V can be sold for $4.00 per gallon. Prepare a differential analysis dated April 8 on whether to sell Product T (Alternative 1) or process it further into Product V (Alternative 2).

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