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$6 × 50,000b ? × 0; $1.55 × 0; $1.55 × 20,000c$1.55 × 50,000; $1.55 × 70,000; $1.55 × 30,000d$1.55 × 0; $1.55 × 20,000; $1.55 × 0e$.15 × 50,000(2)Absorption CostingApril 2011May 2011June 2011RevenuesaCost of goods soldBeginning inventoryb$ 0$300,000$ 0$300,000$ 61,000$300,000Variable manufacturing costsc77,500108,50046,500Allocated fixed manufacturing costsd105,000105,000105,000Cost of goods available for sale182,500213,500212,500Deduct ending inventorye0(61,000)0Adjustment for prod. vol. var.f000Cost of goods sold(182,500)(152,500)(212,500)Gross margin117,500147,50087,500Operating costsVariable selling costsg7,5007,5007,500Fixed administrative costs35,00035,00035,000Total operating costs(42,500)(42,500)(42,500)Operating income$ 75,000$105,000$ 45,000a$6 × 50,000b $?× 0; $3.65× 0; $3.05 × 20,000c$1.55 × 50,000; $1.55 × 70,000; $1.55 × 30,000d($105,000/50,000)×50,000; ($105,000/70,000) ×70,000; (105,000/30,000)×30,000e$3.65 × 0; $3.05 × 20,000; $5.05 × 0
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