Moore company uses process costing, Managerial Accounting

Moore Company uses process costing.  The following information was available for October:

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During October, 1,000 units were started, and costs incurred during the month were $18,500. Ending inventory was 50% complete. Based on the information given, (A) above would be what amount?

 

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