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dS58.Reasons for using retail inventory method.a59.Condition necessary to use retail method.b60.Conventional retail method.d61.Net markups and the conventional retail method.a62.Freight-in and the conventional retail method.b63.Common inventory disclosures.bP64.Inventory cost flow assumptions.aP65.Computing average days to sell inventory.c66.Inventory turnover ratio.c*67.Dollar-value LIFO retail method.MULTIPLE CHOICEComputationalAnswerNo.Descriptiona68.Value inventory at LCM.b69.Lower-of-cost-or-market.b70.Lower-of-cost-or-market.d71.Value inventory at LCM.b72.Value inventory at LCM.c73.Value inventory at LCM.c74.Determine market value under LCM.b75.Value inventory under LCM.d76.Determine cost amount under LCM.c77.Value inventory under LCM.b78.Value inventory under LCM.a79.Value inventory under LCM.c80.Value inventory under LCM.To download more slides, ebooks, solution manual, and test bank, visit
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Inventories: Additional Valuation Issues9 - 3MULTIPLE CHOICEComputational(cont.)AnswerNo.Descriptionc81.Determining net realizable value.c82.Determining net realizable value.b83.Relative sales value method.b84.Relative sales value method.c85.Relative sales method of inventory valuation.b86.Calculate cost using relative sales value method.d87.Calculate cost using relative sales value method.a88.Calculate cost using relative sales value method.a89.Entry for purchase commitment loss.c90.Recording purchase under purchase commitment.c91.Entry for purchase commitment loss.c92.Recognizing loss on purchase commitments.b93.Recognizing loss on purchase commitments.a94.Estimating ending inventory using gross profit method.a95.Estimating ending inventory using gross profit method.d96.Calculate cost of goods sold given a markup on cost.d97.Calculate merchandise purchases given a markup on cost.a98.Calculate total sales from cost information.a99.Markup on cost equivalent to a markup on selling price.b100.Estimate ending inventory using gross profit method.c101.Calculate ending inventory using gross profit method.b102.Calculate ending inventory using gross profit method.a103.Estimate cost of inventory destroyed by fire.a104.Determine items to be included in inventory.c105.Determine gross profit as percentage of cost.c

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