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Kinney 8e_Excel_11-27_SE

Course: AC420 420, Spring 2012
School: Kaplan University
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11-27 Name: Insert Exercise your answers in the gray-shaded cells of columns D and F. Enter amounts to be subtracted as negatives. Enter answers as formulas where appropriate. If an answer is incorrect, the word &quot;wrong&quot; will appear. a. Joint cost Less NRV of by-product Joint cost to be allocated Amount Percent Fillet Smoked NRV Fillet NRV of of Smoked Total NRV Cost allocation: Fillet...

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11-27 Name: Insert Exercise your answers in the gray-shaded cells of columns D and F. Enter amounts to be subtracted as negatives. Enter answers as formulas where appropriate. If an answer is incorrect, the word "wrong" will appear. a. Joint cost Less NRV of by-product Joint cost to be allocated Amount Percent Fillet Smoked NRV Fillet NRV of of Smoked Total NRV Cost allocation: Fillet Smoked Total cost allocation b. Separate cost for Fillet Separate cost for Smoked Joint costs Separate costs Total costs Divided by pounds Unit costs Inventory values: Fillet Smoked Remnants Total inventory value
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