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Hi I need this to be done by tomorrow evening. Please I will pay extra for this. ACC202.pdf Requirements 1. Draw a time line for the Mixing Department. 2. Use the time line to help you compute the number of equivalent units and the cost per equivalent unit in the Mixing Department for October. 3. Show that the sum of (a) cost of goods transferred out of the Mixing Department and (b) Ending work in process inventory-Mixing equals the total cost accumulated in the department during October. 4. Journalize all transactions affecting the company’s mixing process during October, including those already posted. —====-~-=~ –·-· — -·- —- P16A-19B Computing equivalent units and assigning costs to completed units and ending WIP inventory; two materials, added at different points; no beginning inventory or cost transferred in [30-45 min] Root’s Exteriors produces exterior siding for homes. The Preparation Department begins with wood, which is chopped into small bits. At the end of the process, an adhesive is added. Then the wood/adhesive mixture goes on to the Compression Department, where the wood is compressed into sheets. Conversion costs are added evenly throughout the preparation process. March data for the Preparation Department are as follows (in millions): Sheets Beginning work in process invencory Started production Completed and transferred out co Compression in March Ending work in process invencory (45% of the way through the preparation process) CoSls sheets 3,300 sheets 1,900 sheets 1,400 sheets Beginning work in process lnvemory Costs adding during March: Wood Adhesives Direct labor Manufacruring overhead Total c.osts 2,600 1,365 640 ~ $ 7,050 Requirements 1. Draw a time line for the Preparation Department. 2. Use the time line to help you compute the equivalent. (Hint: Each direct material added at a different point in the production process requires its own equivalentunit computation.) 3. Compute the total costs of the units (sheets) a. Completed and transferred out to the Compression Department. b. In the Preparation Department’s Ending work in process inventory. 4. Prepare the journal entry to record the cost of the sheets completed and transferred out to the Compression Department. 5. Post the journal entries to the Work in process inventory-Preparation T-account. What is the ending balance? -208 Computing equivalent um s or a on department with beginning inventory; preparing a production cost report and recording transactions on the basis of the report’s information; weighted-average method [45-00 min] Claudia Carpet manufactures broadloom carpet in seven processes: spinning, dyeing, plying, spooling, tufting, latexing, and shearing. In the Dyeing Department, direct materials (dye) are added at the beginning of the process. Conversion costs are incurred evenly throughout the process. Claudia uses weighted-average process costing. Information for July 2011 follows: Job Order and Process Costing 899 The cost transferred into Finished Goods Inventory is the cost of the lifts transferred out of the Testing Department. Sea Worthy uses weighted-average process costing. Requirements 1. Draw a time line for the Testing Department. 2. Use the time line to compute the number of equivalent units of work performed by the Testing Department during the period. 3. Compute SeaWorthy’s transferred-in and conversion costs per equivalent unit. Use the unit costs to assign total costs to (a) units completed and transferred out of Testing and (b) units in Testing’s Ending work in process inventory. 4. Compute the cost per unit for lifts completed and transferred out to Finished goods inventory. Why would management be interested in this cost? ll!il Problems (Group B) P16A-17B Computing equivalent units and assigning costs to completed units and ending work in process; no beginning inventory or cost transferred in [30-45 min] Sue Electronics makes CD players in three processes: assembly, progra

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