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Rework in job costing, journal entry (continuation of 18-40). Assume that the 6 spoiled units of Jellysh Machine Shop’s Job #10 can be reworked for a total cost of $1,800. A total cost of $6,600 associated with these units has already been assigned to Job #10 before the rework.

Prepare the journal entries for the rework, assuming the following:
a. The rework is related to a specific job.
b. The rework is common to all jobs.
c. The rework is considered to be abnormal.
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Prepare the journal entries for the rework, assuming the following: a. The rework is related to a specific job. b. The rework is common to all jobs. c. The rework is considered to be abnormal. Required

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