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Question # 1
Complete and submit Exercise 6.12 on pp. 277 in the text.
Complete the Exercise using Excel or sample template.
The response to this question must be submitted as a file attachment.
All parts of the question must be clearly identified and all supporting calculations must be included.
Cost of Merchandise Purchased equals $50,000
Question # 2

Complete and submit Problem 6.2A on 279 in the text.
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All supporting calculations must be shown.
Responses to Parts C, D, E, F must be in complete sentences.
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Check Figures for Problem 6.2
Problem 6.2A – Net Income equals $12,000

1 Which of the following businesses is most likely to use a periodic inventory system?
A. An independently owned art gallery with a manual accounting system.
B. An aircraft manufacturer.
C. A supermarket that is part of a national chain.
D. A beer bar.
2 A periodic inventory system eliminates the need for:
A. Recording the cost of merchandise sold as sales occur.
B. Taking an annual physical inventory.
C. Recording the revenue from sales transactions.
D. None of the above.
3 If management wants to know the cost and quantity of merchandise on hand at all times, the business will probably:
A. Take a complete physical inventory each day.
B. Use a periodic inventory system.
C. Maintain an inventory subsidiary ledger.
D. Debit all purchases of merchandise directly to the Cost of Goods Sold account.
4 In a perpetual inventory system, the entry to record the cost of goods sold always includes an entry of equal amount to the:
A. Purchases account.
B. Inventory account.
C. None of the above.
D. Sales account.
5 Prior to taking a physical inventory at year-end, the perpetual inventory records of Fancy Designs showed an inventory of $35,000, sales of $375,000, and a cost of goods sold of $235,000. The year-end physical inventory indicated merchandise on hand costing $33,000. The company’s gross profit for the year was:
A. 373000
B. 138000
C. 142000
D. Some other amount