Question: During 2014 Jinnah Furniture Limited purchased a railway carload of

During 2014, Jinnah Furniture Limited purchased a railway carload of wicker chairs. The manufacturer of the chairs sold them to Jinnah for a lump sum of $59,850 because it was discontinuing manufacturing operations and wanted to dispose of its entire stock. Three types of chairs are included in the carload. The three types and the estimated selling price for each are as follows:
Jinnall estimates that the costs to sell this inventory would amount to 52 per chair. During 2014, Jinnah sells 350 lounge chairs, 210 armchairs, and 120 straight chairs, all at the same prices as estimated. At December 31, 2014, the remaining chairs were put on sale: the lounge chairs at 25% off the regular price, the armchairs at 30% off, and the straight chairs at 40% off. All were expected to be sold at these prices.
(a) Rounding percentages to one decimal place and all other amounts to two decimal places, what is the total cost of the chairs remaining in inventory at the end of 2014 using the relative sales value method?
(b) What is the net realizable value of the chairs remaining in inventory?
(c) What is the appropriate inventory value to be reported on the December 31, 2014 statement of financial position assuming the lower of cost and NRV is applied on an individual item basis?

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