All materials are added at the beginning of the production
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Beginning Inventory: units=3,000; material costs=$4,500; conversion costs=$4,800

Started During the
Current Period : units=20,000; material costs=$48,000; conversion costs=$72,100
Ending Inventory : units=2,500

All materials are added at the beginning of the production process. The beginning inventory was 30% complete as to conversion, while the ending inventory was 40% completed for conversion purposes.FIFO Aluminum uses FIFO system of product costing.
Calculate the cost of goods completed and transferred out and the dollar amount in End Work-In-Process.

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