Job order costing, accounting, Basic Statistics

Bedovin company manufactures office tables and chairs using job order costing. The data given below were taken from the records as of April 30, the first month of operations.

Job no.-- materials-- direct labor hours--- directlabor cost
121 ---- 2,160---------- 650---- --------------800
122 ---- 4,575--------- 1850 ----------------3625
123---- 5,637 ----------4100 ----------------7162.50
124 ----1,612---------- 750 ------------------1400
125---- 3,250--------- 1600 -----------------3,050
126 ----1,375 ----------490 ---------------- 825

In april, jobs no. 121, 122 and 125 were completed, job nos. 124 and 125 were sold for 6,200 and 15,200 respectively. overhead is applied at a rate of 1.50 per direct labor, actual factory overhead for april amounted to 15,175.00

what is the total cost of goods manufactured for the month?
what is the gross profit for the month?

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