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Question 1;1.;LDR Manufacturing produces a chemical pesticide and uses process costing. There are three processing departments?Mixing, Refining, and Packaging. On January 1, 2012, the Refining Department had 2,000 gallons of partially processed product in production. During January, 32,000 gallons were transferred in from the Mixing Department and 29,000 gallons were completed and transferred out. At the end of the month, there were 5,000 gallons of partially processed product remaining in the Refining Department. See additional details below.;Refining Department, beginning balance at January 1, 2012;Quantity: 2,000 units (partially processed.;Cost: $15,600 of costs transferred in;$1,900 of materials cost;$4,500 of conversion cost;$22,000 total account balance;Costs added during January;Cost of units transferred in: $222,400;Direct materials cost $45,000;Conversion cost $93,750;Refining Department, ending balance at January 31, 2012;Quantity: 5,000 units (partially processed.;% completion for materials cost: 90%;% completion for conversion cost: 75%;What was the cost per equivalent unit with respect to direct materials costs for the Refining Department in the month of January? Use the weighted-average method. (Round off your calculations to the nearest cent.);$3.00;$1.34;$1.40;$7.00;1 points;Question 2;1.;LDR Manufacturing produces a pesticide chemical and uses process costing. There are three processing departments?Mixing, Refining, and Packaging. On January 1, 2014, the first department?Mixing?had no beginning inventory. During January, 40,000 fl. oz. of chemicals were started in production. Of these, 32,000 fl. oz. were completed and 8,000 fl. oz. remained in process. In the Mixing Department, all direct materials are added at the beginning of the production process and conversion costs are applied evenly through the process.;At the end of the month, LDR calculated equivalent units. The ending inventory in the Mixing Department was 60% complete with respect to conversion costs. With respect to conversion costs, how many equivalent units were calculated for the product that was completed and for ending inventory?;Product completed: 19,200 equivalent units, Products in ending inventory: 4,800 equivalent units;Product completed: 32,000 equivalent units, Products in ending inventory: 4,800 equivalent units;Product completed: 32,000 equivalent units, Products in ending inventory: 8,000 equivalent units;Product completed: 40,000 equivalent units, Products in ending inventory: 8,000 equivalent units;1 points;Question 3;1.;Costs incurred on goods sold are transferred to the Cost of Goods Sold account from the ________.;Sales Revenue account;Finished Goods Inventory account;Work-in-Process Inventory account;Raw Materials Inventory account;1 points;Question 4;1.;LDR Manufacturing produces a pesticide chemical and uses process costing. There are three processing departments?Mixing, Refining, and Packaging. On January 1, 2012, the Refining Department had 2,000 gallons of partially processed product in production. During January, 32,000 gallons were transferred in from the Mixing Department and 29,000 gallons were completed and transferred out. At the end of the month, there were 5,000 gallons of partially processed product remaining in the Refining Department. See additional details below.;Refining Department, beginning balance at January 1, 2012;Quantity: 2,000 units (partially processed.;Cost: $15,600 of costs transferred in;$1,900 of materials cost;$4,500 of conversion cost;$22,000 total account balance;Costs added during January;Cost of units transferred in: $222,400;Direct materials cost $45,000;Conversion cost $93,750;Refining Department, ending balance at January 31, 2012;Quantity: 5,000 units (partially processed.;% completion for materials cost: 90%;% completion for conversion cost: 75%;What was the cost per equivalent unit with respect to conversion costs for the Refining Department in the month of January? (Use the weighted average method and round your calculations to the nearest cent.);$1.34;$2.86;$1.40;$3.00;1 points;Question 5;1.;If 20,000 units are 60% complete with respect to direct materials, then the equivalent units of production for direct materials are ________.;8,000 units;28,000 units;20,000 units;12,000 units;1 points;Question 6;1.;During September, the Filtering Department of Olive Inc. had beginning transferred in units of 500 units with costs of $125,000. During the month, 800 units were transferred in from the Milling Department with transferred in costs of $200,000. It had 400 units in ending Work-in-Process Inventory. What is the total cost of production for the units transferred to the Finishing Department in September under the first-in-first-out (FIFO) method?;$150,000;$125,000;$75,000;$258,336;1 points;Question 7;1.;Under a process costing system, inventory data for the balance sheet is provided by the ________.;production cost report;Work-in-Process Inventory of each department;Cost of Sold account;Finished Goods account;1 points;Question 8;1.;Jetwell Inc. incurred $7,000 for indirect labor in Department III. The journal entry to record indirect labor utilized is ________.;debit Manufacturing Overhead, $7,000, credit Accounts Payable, $7,000;debit Wages Payable, $7,000, credit Manufacturing Overhead, $7,000;debit Manufacturing Overhead, $7,000, credit Wages Payable, $7,000;debit Accounts Payable, $7,000, credit Manufacturing Overhead, $7,000;1 points;Question 9;1.;The Assembling Department of Mat Liners Inc. had 7,500 units in process on December 1, and received 10,000 units from the Sewing Department. Calculate the number of units to account for by the Assembling Department for December.;10,000 units;2,500 units;17,500 units;7,500 units;1 points;Question 10;1.;The beginning inventory costs and current period costs are combined to determine the average cost of equivalent units of production under the ________.;weighted-average method;equivalent units method;conversion costs method;first-in-first-out method;1 points;Question 11;1.;During August, the Filtering Department of Olive Inc. had beginning transferred in units of 200 with costs of $50,000. 500 units were started in production during the month. It had 100 units in ending Work-in-Process Inventory. Under the first-in-first-out (FIFO) method, current-period equivalent units of production for transferred in units in beginning Work-in-Process Inventory of the Filtering Department is ________.;100 units;200 units;500 units;0 units;1 points;Question 12;1.;Under process costing, the total production costs incurred must be split between the units that have been completed in that process and transferred to the next process and the ________.;Cost of Goods Sold when the units are sold.;Finished Goods Inventory if it is the first process.;units not completed and remaining in Work-in-Process Inventory for that department.;Work-in-Process Inventory of the previous department when there are no sales.;1 points;Question 13;1.;Which of the following is recorded by debiting the Manufacturing Overhead account?;depreciation on factory machinery;office electricity charges;direct labor costs incurred;transfer of units from one process to the next;1 points;Question 14;1.;LDR Manufacturing produces a chemical pesticide and uses process costing. There are three processing departments?Mixing, Refining, and Packaging. On January 1, 2012, the first department?Mixing?had a zero beginning balance. During January, 40,000 gallons of chemicals were started into production. During the month, 32,000 gallons were completed, and 8,000 remained in process, partially completed. In the Mixing Department, all direct materials are added at the beginning of the production process, and conversion costs are applied evenly through the process.;During January, the Mixing Department incurred $48,000 in direct materials costs and $211,600 in conversion costs. At the end of the month, the ending inventory in the Mixing Department was 60% complete with respect to conversion costs.;The total cost of product in ending inventory was ________.;$37,200;$48,000;$222,400;$211,600;1 points;Question 15;1.;The Polishing Department of Laminates Inc. had 15,000 units in process on June 1 and received 25,000 units from the Machining Department. During the month, it completed 32,000 units and transferred them to the Packaging Department and had 8,000 units in ending Work-in-Process Inventory. Calculate the number of units accounted for by the Polishing Department for June.;15,000 units;8,000 units;40,000 units;17,000 units

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