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# The cutting department of cassel company has the following production and cost data for july. production costs 1. transferred out 12,300 units. beginning work in process \$0 2. started 3,900 units that are 60% materials 62,856 complete as to conversion labor 12,622 costs and 100% complete as manufacturing overhead 23,100 to materials at july 31. materials are entered at the beginning of the process. conversion costs are incurred uniformly during the process. determine the equivalent units of production for (1) materials and (2) conversion costs. materials conversion costs total equivalent units of production link to text link to text compute unit costs. (round unit costs to 2 decimal places, e. g. 2.25.) materials \$ conversion costs \$ link to text link to text prepare a cost reconciliation schedule. (round unit costs to 2 decimal places, e. g. 2.25 and final answers to 0 decimal places, e. g. 1,225.) cost reconciliation costs accounted for transferred out \$ work in process, july 31 materials \$ conversion costs total costs \$

The trial balance of wildhorse co. at the end of its fiscal year, august 31, 2017, includes these accounts: beginning inventory \$23,090; purchases \$220,970; sales revenue \$189,200; freight-in \$9,140; sales returns and allowances \$4,630; freight-out \$1,230; and purchase returns and allowances \$7,820. the ending inventory is \$21,600. prepare a cost of goods sold section (periodic system) for the year ending august 31, 2017.
Consider the following utility​ function: upper u equals 10 upper x plus upper y. a consumer faces prices of px​ = ​\$5 and py​ =5. assuming that graphically good x is on the horizontal axis and good y is on the vertical​ axis, suppose the consumer chooses to consume 20 units of good x and 13 units of good y. then the marginal rate of substitution ​(mrs) is equal​ to: