continuous-operation costing


continuous-operation costing
A system of costing applied to industries in which the method of production is in continuous operation; examples include electricity generation and bottling. Because the product is homogeneous, this costing system is essentially a form of average costing in which the unit cost is obtained by dividing the total production cost by the number of items produced.

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