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ISBN: 9781337902663
Chapter 5, Problem 43E
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Cost of goods sold

Based on the following data, determine the cost of goods sold for July:

Chapter 5, Problem 43E, Cost of goods sold Based on the following data, determine the cost of goods sold for July:

To determine

Calculate the cost of goods sold.

Explanation of Solution

Cost of Goods Sold: Cost of goods sold indicates the costs involved for the inventory sold by the business in a specific period of time. Its mathematical representation is as below:

Cost of Goods Sold=Beginning Inventory+PurchasesEnding Inventory

Following table shows the calculation of cost of goods sold:

Cost of Merchandise Sold
For The Month Ended July
ParticularsAmount($)Amount($)
Merchandise inventory, July 1 190,850
Cost of merchandise purchased:  
    Purchases1,126,000 
 

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