Campus Stop, Inc., is a student co-op. Campus Stop uses a perpetual inventory system. The following transactions (summarized) have been selected for analysis:
a. Sold merchandise for cash (cost of merchandise $ 152,070). $ 275,000
b. Received merchandise returned by customers as unsatisfactory (but in perfect condition) for cash refund (original cost of merchandise $ 800). 1,600
c. Sold merchandise (costing $ 9,000) to a customer on account with terms 2/10, n/30. 20,000
d. Collected half of the balance owed by the customer in (c) within the discount period. 9,800
e. Granted a partial allowance relating to credit sales that the customer in (c) had not yet paid. 1,800
1. Compute Sales Revenue, Net Sales, and Gross Profit for Campus Stop.
2. Compute the gross profit percentage (using the formula shown in this chapter and rounding to one decimal place).
3. Prepare journal entries to record transactions (a)–(e).
4. Campus Stop is considering a contract to sell merchandise to a campus organization for $ 15,000. This merchandise will cost Campus Stop $ 12,000. Would this contract increase (or decrease) Campus Stop’s gross profit and gross profit percentage (round to one decimal place)?

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