A schedule of cost of goods manufactured includes all

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A Schedule of Cost of Goods Manufactured includes all of the following costs except: a) work in process b) factory overhead applied c) direct labor used d) direct materials used e) cost of goods sold
After adjusting for over- or underapplied overhead, the balance in the Factory Overhead account will be zero. If the factory overhead is overapplied, then: (Check all that apply.)
At the end of the accounting period, a company's overhead was underapplied by $150. If not adjusted, how does this affect net income?
A company incurs factory overhead costs of $1,200 and applied $1,500. If the difference is considered immaterial, then the: (Check all that apply.)
The Factory Overhead account is debited for actual overhead costs. If the factory overhead is overapplied , then the adjusting journal entry to close the factory overhead account includes a: (Check all that apply.) a) debit to Factory Overhead. b) debit to Cost of Goods Sold. c) credit to Factory Overhead. d) credit to Cost of Goods Sold.
If the factory overhead is underapplied , then the adjusting journal entry to close the factory overhead account includes a: (Check all that apply.)
Factory overhead is a _____ account.

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