Here's a copy of the problem we solved last time as a seatwork. Practice solving this problem.

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Mr. Paulo Dalaota

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ABC Company produces various kinds of candy and accumulates costs using process costing. The following information is provided under the Mixing department for the month of August: Whole Units
Work in Process, August 1 40,000 gallons Units Started and Completed this Period 60,000 gallons Units Completed and transferred out during August 100,000 gallons Work in Process, August 31 20,000 gallons

Product Costs

Work in Process, August 1 Php 347,280 Costs incurred during August Direct Materials Cost Php 96,000 Conversion Cost Php 784,400

Percentage of Completion – Conversion
Work in Process, August 1 80% Work in Process, August 31 30% For numbers 1-5

Use First In–First Out (FIFO) cost method in completing the following requirements: 1. Determine the number of whole units to be accounted for and to be assigned costs for August. 2. Determine the equivalent units of production for materials and conversion for the Mixing Department. 3. Determine the cost per...

...SEATWORK:
1. A block slides down a frictionless inclined ramp. If the ramp angle is 17.0° and the length of it is 30.0 m, find the speed of the block as it reaches the end of the ramp, assuming it started sliding from rest at the top.
2. In the figure, two boxes, each of mass 24 kg, are at rest and connected as shown. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the inclined surface and the box is 0.31. Find the speed of the boxes just after they have moved 1.6 m.
3. A block of mass m = 2.0 kg is dropped from height h = 40 cm onto a spring constant k = 1960 N/m. Find the maximum distance the spring is compressed.
4. A 60 kg skier starts from rest at height H = 20 m above the end of a ski-jump ramp and leaves the ramp at angle θ = 28°. Neglect the effects of air resistance and assume the ramp is frictionless. A) What is the maximum height h of his jump above the end of a ramp? B)If he increased his weight by putting on a backpack, would h then be greater, less or the same?
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...Seatwork Linear Word Problems (One Unknown)
1. There is a number such that three times the number minus 6 is equal to 45. Find the number.
2. The sum of two numbers is 41. The larger number is 1 less than twice the smaller number. Find the numbers.
3. There are two numbers whose sum is 53. Three times the smaller number is equal to 19 more than the larger number. What are the numbers?
4. Mrs. Mahoney went shopping for some canned goods which were on sale. She bought three times as many cans of tuna as cans of peaches. If Mrs. Mahoney purchased a total of 24 cans, how many of each did she buy?
5. Sarah leaves Seattle for New York in her car, averaging 80 mph across open country. One hour later a plane leaves Seattle for New York following the same route and flying 400 mph. How long will it be before the plane overtakes the car?
6. Mr. Kasberg rides his bike at 6 mph to the bus station. He then rides the bus to work, averaging 30 mph. If he spends 20 minutes less time on the bus than on the bike, and the distance from his house to work is 26 miles, what is the distance from his house to the bus station?
7. A train averaging 50 mph leaves San Francisco at 1 PM for Los Angeles 440 miles away. At the same time a second train leaves Los Angeles headed for San Francisco on the same track and traveling at an average rate of 60 mph. At what time does the accident occur?
8. Timothy leaves home for Skedunk 400 miles away. After 2 hours, he has to reduce his speed by...