Galaxy Manufacturing Company makes golf balls to be distributed and sold at loca

Galaxy Manufacturing Company makes golf balls to be distributed and sold at local golf clubs. The golf balls have special features that increase distance and speed at the driving range. The company uses a process costing system to accumulate product costs as the golf balls move through the two stages of production: molding the rubber into cases and stamping. All materials are added at the beginning of both molding and stamping processes, while conversion costs are applied evenly throughout the process. 
​At the beginning of September, the Molding Department had 1,000 golf balls in process that were 50% complete. The company had incurred $1,300 in direct materials cost and $1,250 in conversion cost to make them. During the month, the department added $13,195 more of direct materials and $32,875 in conversion costs. A total of 9,150 golf balls were finished during September and transferred to the Stamping Department. At the end of the month, 2,000 golf balls that were 30% complete remained in the Molding Department. 
Timmy Woods, the CFO of Galaxy Manufacturing Company, needs the following calculations:
Total units = Completed and transferred + Ending WIP = 9,150 + 2,000 = 11,150
Started units = Total units – Beginning WIP
Started units = 11,150 – 1,000
Started units = 10,150
EUP = 11,150 For Materials;
EUP = 9,750 For Conversion
Total cost = $4,700
D) How much cost was transferred from the Molding Department to the Stamping department during September?
E) Reconcile both the physical units and the product costs for the Molding Department in September.

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