Process costing - accounting for scrap.., accounting, Basic Statistics

a company has two processes whose details are as follows: Materials 3000kg @ k0.30/kg, labour K120 for process 1 and material 2000kg @ k0.40/kg and labour k84 for process 2. actual overhead k357 but overhead absorbed @375% of labour in process1 and 496%of labour for process 2.
normal output is 80% ofimput in process 1 and 90% in process 2.
scrap vale of loses is k0.20 in process 1 and k0.30/kg in process 2.
output for period 3
period 1 2300kg
pr0cess 2 4000kg
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