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Carla Company uses the perpetual inventory system. The following information is available for January of the current year when Carla sold 1,600 units of inventory on January 14.

Chapter 7, Problem 13RE, Carla Company uses the perpetual inventory system. The following information is available for

Using the FIFO method, calculate Caria’s cost of goods sold for January and its January 31 inventory.

RE7-13 Using the information from RE7-12, calculate Carla Company’s cost of goods sold for January and its January 31 inventory using the LIFO method.

To determine

Compute the inventory of Company C as on January 31 and cost of goods sold for January.

Explanation

Cost of goods sold:

Cost of goods sold is the total of all the expenses incurred by a company to sell the goods during the given period.

Compute the ending inventory of Company C for the year end:

ParticularsAmount ($)
Beginning inventory$ 375
Add: Net Purchases$ 297
 $ 672
Less: Cost of goods sold$ 422
Ending inventory$ 250

Table (1)

The ending inventory at the month-end for Company C is $250...

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