1. A company using the perpetual inventory system purchased inventory worth $21,000 on account with terms of 3/10, n/30. Defective inventory of $1,000 was returned two days later, and the accounts were appropriately adjusted. If the invoice is paid within 10 days, the amount of the purchase discount that would be available to the company is
2. A company purchased 100 units for $30 each on January 31. It purchased 400 units for $20 each on February 28. It sold a total of 470 units for $110 each from March 1 through December If the company uses the last-in, first-out inventory costing method, calculate the amount of ending inventory on December 31. (Assume that the company uses a perpetual inventory system.)
3. Misty, Inc. had 24,000 units of ending inventory that were recorded at the cost of $8.00 per unit using the FIFO method. The current replacement cost is $4.50 per unit. Which of the following amounts would be reported as Ending Merchandise Inventory on the balance sheet using the lower-of-cost-or-market rule
4. A company that uses the perpetual inventory system purchased 500 pallets of industrial soap for $10,000 and paid $750 for the freight-in. The company sold the whole lot to a supermarket chain for $14,000 on account. The company uses the specific-identification method of inventory costing. Which of the following entries correctly records the cost of goods sold?
5. A company that uses the perpetual inventory system sold goods for $2,500 to a customer on account. The company had purchased the inventory for $500. Which of the following journal entries correctly records the cost of goods sold?