Yorkville University BUSI1013 1013 Oak Tree Ltd. Inventory records for a particular development program
Need all parts of the question answered! Please do not skip any part of it.Question 3:Oak Tree Ltd. Inventory records for a particular development program show the following at October 31, 2016:Oct 1 Beginning inventory5 units @$150 =$75015 Purchase11 units @160 =1,76026 Purchase5 units @170 =850At October 31, 10 units of these programs are on hand. Oak Tree Ltd. uses the perpetual inventory system.Requirements:Compute cost of goods sold and ending inventory, using each of the following methods:Specific unit cost, with two $150 units, three $160 units, and five $170 units still on hand at the end.Weighted-average costFirst-in, first out costWhich method produces the highest cost of goods sold? Which method produces the lowest cost of goods sold? What causes the difference in cost of goods sold?