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    During May, the number of equivalent full units of materials applied to units produced by Department Q totaled 50,000,
    computed as follows: beginning inventory, 7,000 equivalent full units; units started and completed in May, 35,000 equivalent full units; and ending inventory, 8,000 equivalent full units.

    1. Refer to the information above. On the basis of this information only:
    a. The number of units transferred in May from Department Q to the next process or department was 35,000.
    b. There were more units in Department Q's ending inventory than in Department Q's beginning inventory for May.
    c. Department Q completed 50,000 units of product during May.
    d. Department Q used enough materials during May to produce 50,000 completed units.

    2. Refer to the information above. Assuming that the cost of direct materials used by Department Q in May was $210,000, the
    materials cost assigned to unfinished units at May 31 would be:
    a. $48,000.
    b. $63,000.
    c. $33,600.
    d. Impossible to determine unless we know the percentage of completion for ending inventory units.

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    During May, the number of equivalent full units of materials applied to units produced by Department Q totaled 50,000,
    computed as follows: beginning inventory, 7,000 equivalent full units; units started and completed in May, 35,000 equivalent full units; and ending inventory, 8,000 equivalent full units.

    1. Refer to the information above. On the basis of this information ...

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