The cost per equivalent whole unit, Managerial Accounting

During the year Leyland Company completed 1,300 units of product. Ending inventory consisted of 400 units that were 50% complete. The total dollar cost associated with production of inventory was $45,000.  The cost per equivalent whole unit would be? 

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