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Unformatted text preview: a total of $2,500,000.
This $2,500,000 was allocated between the accounts Common Stock and Additional Paidin Capital,
Common Stock. Under the cost method of accounting for treasury stock, acquiring treasury stock does
not cause the amount recorded for the initial issue of common stock to be adjusted. The treasury stock is
simply recorded at the value of the assets given up. So if the value of the assets given up to acquire the
treasury stock exceeds the value of the assets received when the common stock was initially issued, then
the Treasury Stock balance will exceed contributed capital. E12–8
a. Book Value per Share = Common Stockholders' Equity ÷ Common Shares Outstanding
= $7,187 ÷ 735 Shares
= $9.78 per Share b. Book Value per Share = [$7,187 + (50 Shares $32)] ÷ 785 Shares
= $11.19 per Share c. Book Value per Share = [$7,187 + (50 Shares $20)] ÷ 785 Shares
= $10.43 per Share d. Book Value per Share = [$7,187 – (50 Shares $32)] ÷ 685 Shares
= $8.16 per Share e. Book Value per Share = [$7,187 – (50 Shares $...
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