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Webster Company produces 16,000 units of product A, 18,000 units of product B, and 10,500 units of product C from the same manufacturing process at a...

Webster Company produces 16,000 units of product A, 18,000 units of product B, and 10,500 units of product C from the same

manufacturing process at a cost of $345,000. A and B are joint products, and C is regarded as a by-product. The unit selling prices of

the products are $40 for A, $20 for B, and $2 for C. None of the products require separable processing. Of the units produced,

Webster Company sells 9,000 units of A, 17,000 units of B, and 10,500 units of C. The firm uses the net realizable value method to

allocate joint costs and by-product costs. Assume no beginning inventory.

(Do not round intermediate calculations.)

Required:

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What is the value of the ending inventory of product A?


2. What is the value of the ending inventory of product B?

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