# 3. What was the total manufacturing cost assigned to Job P? (Do not round intermediate calculations.

3. What was the total manufacturing cost assigned to Job P? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

4. If Job P included 20 units, what was its unit product cost? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final answer to nearest whole dollar.)

5. What was the total manufacturing cost assigned to Job Q? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

6. If Job Q included 30 units, what was its unit product cost? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final answer to nearest whole dollar.)

7. Assume that Sweeten Company used cost-plus pricing (and a markup percentage of 80% of total manufacturing cost) to establish selling prices for all of its jobs. What selling price would the company have established for Jobs P and Q? What are the selling prices for both jobs when stated on a per unit basis assuming 20 units were produced for Job P and 30 units were produced for Job Q? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final answers to nearest whole dollar.)

8. What was Sweeten Company’s cost of goods sold for March? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

9. What were the company’s predetermined overhead rates in the Molding Department and the Fabrication Department? (Round your answers to 2 decimal places.)

10. How much manufacturing overhead was applied from the Molding Department to Job P and how much was applied to Job Q? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

11. How much manufacturing overhead was applied from the Fabrication Department to Job P and how much was applied to Job Q? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

12. If Job P included 20 units, what was its unit product cost? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)

13. If Job Q included 30 units, what was its unit product cost? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round your final answer to nearest whole dollar.)

14. Assume that Sweeten Company used cost-plus pricing (and a markup percentage of 80% of total manufacturing cost) to establish selling prices for all of its jobs. What selling price would the company have established for Jobs P and Q? What are the selling prices for both jobs when stated on a per unit basis assuming 20 units were produced for Job P and 30 units were produced for Job Q? (Do not round intermediate calculations.)