# Use the weighted-average (AVG) cost allocation method, with perpetual inventory updating, to calculate (a) sales revenue, (b) cost of goods sold, and c) gross margin for B75 Company, considering the following transactions.

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### Principles of Accounting Volume 1

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## Use the weighted-average (AVG) cost allocation method, with perpetual inventory updating, to calculate (a) sales revenue, (b) cost of goods sold, and c) gross margin for B75 Company, considering the following transactions.

To determine

(a)

Concept introduction:

Perpetual Inventory System:

The perpetual inventory system records and updates the inventory after each and every transaction. The inventory balance is updated after each transaction and it is kept up to date at every time.

Weighted Average method:

Under this method, the cost per unit of the inventory is calculated as weighted average cost per unit and the cost of goods sold and inventory is calculated with the help of weighted average cost per unit.

To indicate:

Sales revenue

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 Number of Units Unit Rate Total
To determine

(b)

Concept introduction:

Perpetual Inventory System:

The perpetual inventory system records and updates the inventory after each and every transaction. The inventory balance is updated after each transaction and it is kept up to date at every time.

Weighted Average method:

Under this method, the cost per unit of the inventory is calculated as weighted average cost per unit and the cost of goods sold and inventory is calculated with the help of weighted average cost per unit.

To indicate:

Cost of goods sold

To determine

(c)

Concept introduction:

Perpetual Inventory System:

The perpetual inventory system records and updates the inventory after each and every transaction. The inventory balance is updated after each transaction and it is kept up to date at every time.

Weighted Average method:

Under this method, the cost per unit of the inventory is calculated as weighted average cost per unit and the cost of goods sold and inventory is calculated with the help of weighted average cost per unit.

To indicate:

Gross Margin

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