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    1- Ideal Manufacturing Company sells its product for $9,000 per unit. Variable costs per unit are:
    manufacturing , $4,000; and selling and administrative, $125. Fixed costs are: $35,000
    manufacturing overhead, and $45,000 selling and administrative. There was no beginning
    inventory at 01/01/05. Production was 20 units per year in 2005-2007. Sales was 20 units
    in 2005, 15 units in 2006, and 25 units in 2007.

    (a) Income under variable costing for 2006
    (b) Income under absorption costing for 2006
    (c) Income under variable costing for 2007
    (d) Income under absorption costing for 2007

    a) Variable costing income statement for 2006

    unit product cost under variable costing = 4,000

    Sales (15 units x 9,000) 135,000
    Total Variable Costs:
    Beginning Inventory -
    Manufacturing costs (4,000 x 20) 80,000
    Total ...

    Solution Summary

    This solution is comprised of a detailed explanation to prepare income statement for: -
    (a) Income under variable costing for 2006
    (b) Income under absorption costing for 2006
    (c) Income under variable costing for 2007
    (d) Income under absorption costing for 2007

    $2.19