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# GNB_check_figures[1] - Check Figures for Problems and Cases...

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Check Figures for Problems and Cases Ray Garrison, Eric Noreen, and Peter Brewer Managerial Accounting, 12 th Edition Chapter 1 No check figures Chapter 2 Problem 2-14 Cost of shipping finished goods: variable, selling Problem 2-15 (1) Manufacturing overhead: \$60 Problem 2-16 Rent on warehouse: fixed, period Problem 2-17 Plastic washers: variable, indirect Problem 2-18 (1) Total internal failure cost this year: \$4,000,000 Problem 2-19 (1) Cost of goods manufactured: \$290,000 Problem 2-20 No check figure Problem 2-21 Answering device: fixed, period Problem 2-22 No check figure Problem 2-23 (1) Total variable cost: \$647,000 Problem 2-24 No check figure Problem 2-25 (1) Cost of goods manufactured: \$450,000 Problem 2-26 No check figure Problem 2-27 (1) Direct labor: \$65,000 Problem 2-28 Case 1, Goods available for sale: \$24,000 Problem 2-29 (1) Cost of goods manufactured: \$450,000 Case 2-30 (2) Cost of goods manufactured: \$680,000 Case 2-31 Raw materials inventory: \$70,000 Chapter 3 Problem 3-18 (3) Underapplied: £13,000; (4) Net operating income: £82,000 Problem 3-19 (3) Overapplied: \$3,000; (4) Net operating income: \$52,000 Problem 3-20 (3) Underapplied: \$4,000; (4) Net operating income: \$15,000 Problem 3-21 (3) Overapplied: \$3,000; (4) Net operating income: \$31,594 Problem 3-22 (3) Overhead applied: \$32,000; (4) Total cost: \$60,700 Problem 3-23 (1) Research:, \$35 per hour; (3) Total cost: \$4,060 Problem 3-24 (3) Overapplied: \$3,000; (4) Net operating income: \$40,400 Problem 3-25 (2) Total overhead: \$3,980; (3) \$312.40 per unit Problem 3-26 (2) Overhead applied in 2005: \$1,500 Problem 3-27 (4) Cost of goods manufactured: \$810,000; (7) Overapplied: \$15,000 Problem 3-28 (2) Cost of goods manufactured: \$342,000; (5) Direct materials: \$20,000 Problem 3-29 (2) Underapplied: \$270,000 Problem 3-30 (3) Cost of goods manufactured: \$590,000; (6) \$48.16 per unit Problem 3-31 (2) Overhead applied: \$21,750 Case 3-32 (2) New approach: 88,000 units Case 3-33 No check figure Case 3-34 No check figure Chapter 4 Problem 4-19 Ending Work in Process: \$63,200 Problem 4-20 Ending Work in Process: \$64,000 Problem 4-21 (1) Conversion: 390,000 equivalent units; (3) Ending Work in Process: \$45,000 Problem 4-22 (2) Materials: \$0.90 per equivalent unit; (3) Ending Work in Process: \$70,000 Problem 4-23 Cost to Outpatient Clinic: \$60,000 Problem 4-24 (2) Conversion: 32,000 equivalent units Problem 4-25 (1) Materials: \$1.40 per equivalent unit; Ending Work in Process: \$84,000 Problem 4-26 (1) Conversion: \$3.00 per equivalent unit

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Problem 4-27 (2) Manufacturing overhead: \$7,000 debit balance Case 4-28 No check figure Case 4-29 (1) Materials: \$0.31 per equivalent unit; Ending Work in Process: \$6,400 Case 4-30 (1) Transferred in: \$0.84 per equivalent unit; Ending Work in Process: \$6,240 Case 3-31 (1) Overhead rate, Milling Department: \$4.05 per machine-hour Chapter 5 Problem 5-14 (3) Total cost: \$16,000 Problem 5-15 (2) Net operating income: \$19,000
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