A company manufactures three products, L-Ten, Triol, and Pioze, from a joint process. Each production run costs $12,900. None of the products can be sold at split-off, but must be processed further. Information on one batch of the three products is as follows: Required: 1. Allocate the joint cost to L-Ten, Triol, and Pioze using the net realizable value method. (Round the percentages to four significant digits. Round all cost allocations to the nearest dollar.) 2. What if it cost $2 to process each gallon of Triol beyond the split-off point? How would that affect the allocation of joint cost to the three products?

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Chapter 7, Problem 10CE
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A company manufactures three products, L-Ten, Triol, and Pioze, from a joint process. Each production run costs $12,900. None of the products can be sold at split-off, but must be processed further. Information on one batch of the three products is as follows:

Chapter 7, Problem 10CE, A company manufactures three products, L-Ten, Triol, and Pioze, from a joint process. Each

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  1. 1. Allocate the joint cost to L-Ten, Triol, and Pioze using the net realizable value method. (Round the percentages to four significant digits. Round all cost allocations to the nearest dollar.)
  2. 2. What if it cost $2 to process each gallon of Triol beyond the split-off point? How would that affect the allocation of joint cost to the three products?

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