Cost of goods manufactured for a manufacturing company Two items are omitted from each of the following three lists of cost of goods manufactured statement data. Determine the amounts of the missing items, identifying them by letter. Work in process inventory. August 1 $ 19,660 $ 41,650 (E) Total manufacturing costs incurred during August 332,750 (C) 1,075,000 Total manufacturing costs (A) 515,770 $ 1,240,000 Work in process inventory. August 31 23,500 54,000 (F) Cost of goods manufactured (B) (D) $ 1,068,000

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Chapter 15, Problem 15.13EX
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Cost of goods manufactured for a manufacturing company

Two items are omitted from each of the following three lists of cost of goods manufactured statement data. Determine the amounts of the missing items, identifying them by letter.

Work in process inventory. August 1 $ 19,660 $ 41,650 (E)
Total manufacturing costs incurred during August 332,750 (C) 1,075,000
Total manufacturing costs (A) 515,770 $ 1,240,000
Work in process inventory. August 31 23,500 54,000 (F)
Cost of goods manufactured (B) (D) $ 1,068,000

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