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16-2 Number Content 16-26 Job Order Cost Sheet. Complete a partially-completed job order cost sheet which has beginning costs carried over from previous month. Compute amount transferred to Goods-in-Process. Compute balance in Factory Overhead account and discuss whether overapplied or underapplied. Prepare income statement. 16-27 Equivalent Units. Compute the number of equivalent units for conversion costs for each of five scenarios. 16-28 Equivalent Units. Referring to 16-27, compute the number of equivalent units for each direct materials costs for each of five scenarios. 16-29 Process Costing. Prepare a process cost sheet assigning total direct materials and conversion costs to completed and unfinished products. Then record the balance of the Goods-In-Process Inventory and transfer the cost of completed products to the Finished Goods Inventory.
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