# Inventory records for dunbar incorporated revealed the following

Question 1

Inventory records for dunbar incorporated revealed the following

Dunbar sold 700 units of inventory during the month. Ending inventory assuming LIFO would be

A. \$500

B. \$490

C. \$470

D. \$480

Question 2

Inventory records for Dunbar Incorporated revealed the following:

Dunbar sold 600 units of inventory during the month Ending inventory assuming FIFO would be _____.

a. \$1,016

b. \$1,188

c. \$729

d. \$624

Question 3

Inventory Records For Dunbar Incorporated Revealed The Following Number Of Unit 100 Date Transaction A L Leginning Inventory Apr 20 Purchase Unit Coul SIR >0 Total Cou S7,200.00 51125000 D Harsold 700 Units Of Inventory During The Month Cost Of Goods Sold Assuming FIFO Would Be ASSO B. 512.000 C.513.950 D. 515.750 13. Inventory Records For Dunbar This problem has been solved!

Under LIFO, we assume that the 700 units of inventory sold are from later acquired inventory first and that any ending inventory is made up of beginning inventory. We subtract the 700 units against the purchase on the 20th first:

• 400 – 700 = – 300

We subtract this from the beginning inventory:

• 500 – 300 = 200

We multiply this by the value-per-unit of beginning inventory to find the value of ending inventory:

• 200 × \$2.40 = d) \$480

The ending inventory assuming FIFO would be \$729 (c).

A proper explanation is shown below.

12) Cost of goods sold under FIFO = (400*18+300*22.50) = 13950