Weighted Average Cost Question
(Multiple Choice)

by Vivek Dighe
(Pune, Maharashtra, India)


If the company uses weighted average method for inventory valuation, the value of inventory as on March 31, 2005 is:

a. $11967
b. $12000
c. $12500
d. $11400

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