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Robbins Company had the following information for 20X5: Beginning work in process 100,000 units; units started, 575,000; and ending work in process,...

Robbins Company had the following information for 20X5:

Beginning work in process 100,000 units; units started, 575,000; and ending work in process, 75,000 units. The beginning work in process was 100% complete as to direct materials and 75% complete as to conversion costs. The ending work in process was 100% complete as to direct materials and 50% complete as to conversion costs. Total direct material put into process cost $575,000, total conversion costs put into process cost $843,750, and beginning work in process was $100,000 for material and $112,500 for conversion.

1.Using weighted-average, what were the equivalent units of production for direct materials during 20X5?

a. 675,000

b. 600,000

c. 637,500

d. 37,500

2.Using weighted-average, what was the cost per equivalent unit for materials for 20X5?

a. $1.00

b. $0.85

c. $1.50

d. $1.32

3.Using the weighted-average, what was the cost per equivalent unis for conversion costs for 20X5?

a. $1.00

b. $1.50

c. $2.50

d. $1.32

4.Using the weighted-average, what was the direct materials cost allocated to ending work in process for 20X5?

a. $75,000

b. $600,000

c. $56,250

d. $675,000

5.Using weighted-average, what were the equivalent units of production for conversion costs for 20X5?

a. 675,000

b. 37,000

c. 637,500

d. 600,000


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Robbins Company had the following information for 20X5:
Beginning work in process 100,000 units; units started, 575,000; and ending work in process, 75,000 units. Th
complete as to direct materials...

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