Sugar Cane Company processes sugar beets into three products. During September, the joint costs of processing were $150,000. Production and sales value informat
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1. User Answers Cricetus
Answer:
The description as per the given question is described below.
Explanation:
The given value is:
Joint costs of processing,
= $150,000
According to the question,
The ratio of sale value will be:
= [tex]40,000:35,000:25,000[/tex]
= [tex]8:7:5[/tex]
On adding we get,
= [tex]8+7+5[/tex]
= [tex]20[/tex]
hence,
The amount of joint cost allocated to each product will be:
Sugar,
= [tex]150000\times \frac{8}{20}[/tex]
= [tex]60,000[/tex] ($)
Sugar syrup,
= [tex]150000\times \frac{7}{20}[/tex]
= [tex]52,500[/tex] ($)
Fructose syrup,
= [tex]150000\times \frac{5}{20}[/tex]
= [tex]37,500[/tex] ($)

2. User Answers priyankapandeyVT
The joint cost of sugar, sugar syrup, and fructose syrup is $60,000, $52,500, and $37,500 respectively.
What is the sales value at the splitoff method?
The process where joint costs are assigned to joint products based on the sales value of the products at the splitoff point.
Given:
Joint costs of processing=$150,000
Product Units Sales ValueSplitoff Point Separablecosts
1. Sugar $6,000 $40,000 $12,000
2. Sugar Syrup $4,000 $35,000 $32,000
3. Fructose Syrup $2,000 $25,000 $16,000
The ratio of sale value=
=40,000 : 35,000 : 25,000
= 8 : 7 : 5
On adding we get,
= 8+7+5
= 20
The amount of joint cost allocated to each product on basis of the Sales Value of Splitoff Point will be:
1. Sugar= 1,50,000 X 8/20
=$60,000
2. Sugar syrup,= 1,50,000 X 7/20
=$52,500
3. Fructose syrup= 1,50,000 X 5/20
=$37,500
Therefore, the joint cost for each product on sales value at a splitoff method for sugar, sugar syrup, and fructose syrup is $60,000,$52,500, and  respectively.
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