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Analyzing manufacturing cost accounts Fire Rock Company manufactures Designer paddle boards in a wide variety of sizes and styles. The following incomplete ledger accounts refer to transactions that are summarized for June: In addition, the following information is available: a . Materials and direct labor were applied to the following jobs in June: b. factory overhead is applied to each job at a rate of 140% of direct labor cost c. The June 1 Work in Process balance consisted of two job as follows: Job No. Style Work In Process, June 1 201 T100 $16,500 202 T200 44,000 Total $60,500 d. Customer jobs completed and units sold in June were as follows: Instructions 1. Determine the missing amounts associated with each letter. Provide supporting calculations by completing a table with the following headings: 2. Determine the June 50 balances for each of the inventory accounts and factor overhead.

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Analyzing manufacturing cost accounts

Fire Rock Company manufactures Designer paddle boards in a wide variety of sizes and styles. The following incomplete ledger accounts refer to transactions that are summarized for June:

Chapter 19, Problem 19.4APR, Analyzing manufacturing cost accounts Fire Rock Company manufactures Designer paddle boards in a , example  1

In addition, the following information is available:

a . Materials and direct labor were applied to the following jobs in June:

Chapter 19, Problem 19.4APR, Analyzing manufacturing cost accounts Fire Rock Company manufactures Designer paddle boards in a , example  2

b. factory overhead is applied to each job at a rate of 140% of direct labor cost

c. The June 1 Work in Process balance consisted of two job as follows:

Job No. Style Work In Process, June 1
201 T100 $16,500
202 T200 44,000
Total   $60,500

d. Customer jobs completed and units sold in June were as follows:

Chapter 19, Problem 19.4APR, Analyzing manufacturing cost accounts Fire Rock Company manufactures Designer paddle boards in a , example  3

Instructions

1. Determine the missing amounts associated with each letter. Provide supporting calculations by completing a table with the following headings:

2. Determine the June 50 balances for each of the inventory accounts and factor overhead.

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