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Walker Manufacturing Company reported the following materials data for the month ending June 30: Materials purchased $123,100 Materials inventory, June 1 $38,900
Materials inventory, June 30 $32,400
Determine the cost of direct materials used in production by Walker during the month ended June 30.

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