Pisa Company acquired 75 percent of Siena Company on January 1, 20X3 for $712,500. The fair value of the 

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    Pisa Company acquired 75 percent of Siena Company on January 1, 20X3 for $712,500. The fair value of the 
    noncontrolling interest was equal to 25 percent of book value. On the date of acquisition, Siena had common 
    stock outstanding of $300,000 and a balance in retained earnings of $650,000. During 20X3, Siena purchased 
    inventory for $35,000 and sold it to Pisa for $50,000. Of this amount, Pisa reported $20,000 in ending inventory 
    in 20X3 and later sold it in 20X4. In 20X4, Pisa sold inventory it had purchased for $40,000 to Siena for $60,000.
     Siena sold $45,000 of this inventory in 20X4. Income and dividend information for Siena for 20X3 and 20X4 are as 
    follows: Net Income Dividends 20x3 150,000 40,000 20x4 200,000 50,000 Pisa Company uses the equity method.
     Required: a. Present the worksheet elimination entries necessary to prepare consolidated financial statements 
    for 20X3. b. Present the worksheet elimination entries necessary to prepare consolidated financial statements for 20X4.
     Please show every step used to calculate answers.

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