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Prepare Job-Order Cost Sheets, Predetermined Overhead Rate, Ending Balance of WIP, Finished Goods, and COGS At the beginning of June, Rhone Company had two jobs in process, Job 44 and Job 45, with the following accumulated cost information: Job 44 Job 45Direct materials $4,600 $1,800Direct labor 1,200 3,000Applied overhead 780 1,950Balance, June 1 $6,580 $6,750During June, two more jobs (46 and 47) were started. The following direct materials and direct labor costs were added to the four jobs during the month of June:At the end of June, Jobs 44, 45, and 47 were completed. Only Job 45 was sold. On June 1, the balance in Finished Goods was zero.Required:1. Calculate the overhead rate based on direct labor cost. Enter teh percentage answer as a whole number. %Hide Feedback Incorrect Check My Work Feedback1. See Cornerstone 5-4. See Cornerstone 5-5.Learning Objective 3.Hide2. Prepare a brief job-order cost sheet for the four jobs. Show the balance as of June 1 as well as direct materials and direct labor added in June. Apply overhead to the four jobs for the month of June, and show the ending balances. Round your answers to the nearest whole dollar. For those boxes in which no entry is required, enter “0” or leave the box blank. Rhone Company Job-Order Cost Sheet For the Month of June Job 44 Job 45 Job 46 Job 47 Beginning balance, June 1 $ $ $ $ Direct materials Direct labor Applied overhead Total, June 30 $ $ $ $ Hide Feedback Partially Correct Check My Work Feedback2. See Cornerstone 5-5.Learning Objective 3.3. Calculate the ending balances of Work in Process and Finished Goods as of June 30. Round your answers to the nearest dollar.Work in process $ Finished goods $ 4. Calculate the Cost of Goods Sold for June. Round your answer to the nearest dollar.