Calculate the equivalent units of production, Cost Accounting

A company manufactures two products, Product A manufactured in Process Y and Product B manufactured in Process Z. The following information is available for a period:

 

Process Y

Process Z

Opening work-in-progress

nil

nil

Raw materials input

$162,180 (18,000 kg)

$210,090

Conversion costs

$94,050

$287,760

Waste material

1,000 kg (Note 1)

Nil

Sales value of waste material

$1.60 per kg

Nil

Output of finished product

17,000 kg

12,600 units

Closing work-in-progress

Nil

1,500 units (Note 2)

Note 1 - In Process Y the normal amount of waste material is 5% of the weight of raw materials input

Note 2 - In Process Z the closing work-in-progress is 100% complete as to raw material and 60% complete as to conversion costs.

Required

(a)    For Process Y, calculate the:

(i)   cost per kg of the expected production of Product A; and

(ii)  total cost of the finished output of Product A.

(b)   For Process Z, calculate the equivalent units of production of Product B in respect of the conversion cost

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