which of the following statements is correct concerning the days’ sales in raw materials inventory?: What No One Is Talking About
This was the answer I got from my mom recently. She explained that the days’ sales in raw materials inventory include materials, finished goods, as well as parts.
This is a tricky one to answer. I’m not sure that I can say that we have a rough idea of what the raw material inventory of the day is, but we’ve found our best guess to be the same as for the raw materials. But there’s still a possibility that there is a gap between what we know of and what the actual sale price of the day is.
I think that our best estimate of raw material inventory is the same for raw materials and finished goods. This means that these days have the same sales price relative to what we know of them. But my mom said that, after looking at the raw materials inventory, she was surprised to find that the sales price of the day was only slightly lower than the inventory.
The raw materials inventory is the most common source for sales price information for the days. But in raw materials, sales prices are only slightly higher than the inventory. This means there is a gap between what we know of the raw materials for the day and what the actual sales price is. Our best estimate of the raw materials inventory is about the same as the sales price, but we still can’t say for sure that the inventory is about as big as what we know of it.
In our recent research, the inventory is actually bigger than we think it is. We think it is a slight over estimate because we know that the inventory is usually about 40% of the total sales price for a day. But the inventory is actually bigger than that. The discrepancy in our estimate of the inventory over the sales price is due to the fact that we dont know for sure what the raw materials are for that day.
We suspect the inventory is probably a little bit bigger than what we know of it, but don’t really know exactly how big. In fact, when we compare our inventory to the list of materials we have at the warehouse, we don’t have any of the raw materials for a lot of the day’s items. The inventory is usually about 40% of the total sales price for a day, which is a very large number.
There’s no way to know for sure. The inventory may be incorrect and the list of materials may be incorrect (because the sales price is not the same as the inventory numbers) and we may have some raw materials that are not listed on the list of materials.
We have no way of knowing for sure. This is why we don’t have the inventory numbers, because the sales price is not the same as the inventory numbers. This is true for any inventory. We do have the gross sales price, which is the product of the inventory sale and the actual cost of materials. The inventory is a rough estimation of materials that have not actually been sold.
The inventory numbers are also not the same as the actual sales price. It shows how much of the materials were sold in the last sales, but it doesnt show any other information about the sales. The actual sales price (the number of units sold) is the actual cost of the materials, which is the actual cost of the materials divided by the number of units sold.