Inventory Valuation under Absorption Costing During the most recent year, Judson Company had the following data associated with the product it makes: Units in beginning inventory 300 Units produced

Inventory Valuation under Absorption Costing

During the most recent year, Judson Company had the following data associated with the product it makes:

Units in beginning inventory 300

Units produced 15,200

Units sold ($300 per unit) 12,700

Variable costs per unit:

Direct materials $20

Direct labor $60

Variable overhead $12

Fixed costs:

Fixed overhead per unit produced $30

Fixed selling and administrative $140,000

1. How many units are in ending inventory?

2. Using absorption costing, calculate the per-unit product cost.

3. What is the value of ending inventory under absorption costing?

Inventory Valuation under Variable Costing

During the most recent year, Judson Company had the following data associated with the product it makes:

Units in beginning inventory 300

Units produced 15,000

Units sold ($300 per unit) 12,700

Variable costs per unit:

Direct materials $20

Direct labor $60

Variable overhead $10

Fixed costs:

Fixed overhead per unit produced $30

Fixed selling and administrative $140,000

1. How many units are in ending inventory?

2. Using variable costing, calculate the per-unit product cost.

3. What is the value of ending inventory under variable costing?

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