A taxpayer engaged in mining or manufacturing who by a single process or uniform series
of processes derives a product of two or more kinds, sizes, or grades, the unit cost
of which is substantially alike, and who in conformity to a recognized trade practice
allocates an amount of cost to each kind, size, or grade of product, which in the
aggregate will absorb the total cost of production, may, with the consent of the Commissioner,
use such allocated cost as a basis for pricing inventories, provided such allocation
bears a reasonable relation to the respective selling values of the different kinds,
sizes, or grades of product. See section 472 as to last-in, first-out inventories.
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