## Answers

1) | Indirect Material (G) |

2) | Cost of goods manufactured (C) |

3) | Raw material inventory (H) |

4) | Actual manufacturing overhead (A) |

5) | Direct material (E) |

6) | Applied manufacturing overhead (B) |

7) | Work in process inventory (I) |

8) | Cost of goods sold (D) |

9) | Finished goods (F) |

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