marginal and absorption costing, Cost Accounting

on june 2005 20 units of the product in stock the following is extracted from the companys books
direct material-200 per unit,direct labour 150 per unit, variable production overhead -50 per unit,
fixed production overhead 75 per unit selling price per unit is 950 during june 2005 the compny produced 300 units and 250 units were sold normal production level is 250 units what is the profit results for june 2005 using the marginal costing method
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