The following data were summarized from the accounting records for Jersey Coast Construction Company for the year ended June 30, 20Y8: Cost of goods sold:     Commercial Division $916,250   Residential Division 450,675 Administrative expenses:     Commercial Division $149,200   Residential Division 128,800 Service department charges:     Commercial Division $112,740   Residential Division 68,850 Sales:     Commercial Division $1,360,500   Residential Division 749,500   Prepare divisional income statements for Jersey Coast Construction Company. Refer to the Amount Descriptions list provided for the exact wording of the answer choices for text entries.       X Amount Descriptions     Amount Descriptions   Administrative expenses   Cost of goods sold   Gross profit   Income from operations   Income from operations before service department charges   Sales   Selling expenses   Service department charges   Transportation expenses

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The following data were summarized from the accounting records for Jersey Coast Construction Company for the year ended June 30, 20Y8:
Cost of goods sold:  
  Commercial Division $916,250
  Residential Division 450,675
Administrative expenses:  
  Commercial Division $149,200
  Residential Division 128,800
Service department charges:  
  Commercial Division $112,740
  Residential Division 68,850
Sales:  
  Commercial Division $1,360,500
  Residential Division 749,500
 
Prepare divisional income statements for Jersey Coast Construction Company. Refer to the Amount Descriptions list provided for the exact wording of the answer choices for text entries.
 
 
 
X
Amount Descriptions
 
 
Amount Descriptions  
Administrative expenses  
Cost of goods sold  
Gross profit  
Income from operations  
Income from operations before service department charges  
Sales  
Selling expenses  
Service department charges  
Transportation expenses

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