# Change in unit cost from prior department and valuation of inventory Sanchez Products Co. has two departments:

## Question:

Change in unit cost from prior department and valuation of inventory Sanchez Products Co. has two departments: Mixing and Cooking. At the beginning of the month, Cooking had 4,000 units in process with costs of $$\ 8,600$$ from Mixing, and its own departmental costs of $$\ 500$$ for materials, $$\ 1,000$$ for labor, and $$\ 2,500$$ for factory overhead. During the month, 10,000 units were received from Mixing with a cost of $$\ 36,400$$. Cooking incurred costs of $$\ 4,250$$ for materials, $$\ 8,500$$ for labor, and $$\ 21,250$$ for factory overhead, and finished 11,000 units. At the end of the month, there were 3,000 units in process, one-third completed.

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Required:

1. Determine the unit cost for the month in Cooking.

2. Determine the new average unit cost for all units received from Mixing.

3. Determine the unit cost of goods finished.

4. Determine the accumulated cost of the goods finished and of the ending work in process.

(Round unit costs to three decimal places.)

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