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Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 1

The amount of purchase if Cost of goods sold is Rs.80,700 Opening stock Rs.5,800 Closing stock Rs.6,000

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 2

Average Stock = Rs 12,000. Closing stock is Rs 3,000 more than opening stock.  The value of closing stock = ______.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 3

If the profit is 25% of the cost price then it is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 4

Goods purchased Rs 1,00,000. Sales Rs 90,000. Margin 20% on cost. Closing Stock = ?

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 5

A company is following weighted average cost method for valuing its inventory. The details of its purchase and issue of raw-materials during the week are as follows:

1.12.2005 opening stock 50 units value Rs.

2,200. 2.12.2005 purchased 100 units @Rs.47.

4.12.2005 issued 50 units.

5.12.2005 purchased 200 units @Rs.48.

The value of inventory at the end of the week and the unit weighted average costs is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 6

The books of T Ltd. revealed the following information:

Q.On March 31, 2004, the value of inventory as per physical stock-taking was Rs.3,25,000.
The company’s gross profit on sales has remained constant at 25%. The management of the company suspects that some inventory might have been pilfered by a new employee.
What is the estimated cost of missing inventory?

Detailed Solution for Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 6

Explanation : As per your information, if GP is constant 25% then GP is 25% of 48 Lac = 12 Lac

Now closing stock should be opening stock plus purchase plus direct exp plus gross profit minus sales

i.e = 6 + 34 + 12 - 38 = 4 lacs

i.e estimated cost of good pilfered = 4 lac - 3.25 lac = .75 lac

= 75 thousand

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 7

The books of B Ltd. revealed the following information:

Q.On March 31, 2005, the value of inventory as per physical stock-taking was Rs.3,25,000.
The company’s gross profit on sales has remained constant at 25%. The management of the company suspects that some inventory might have been pilfered by a new employee.
What is the estimated cost of missing inventory

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 8

C Ltd. recorded the following information as on March 31, 2005:

Q.It is noticed that goods worth Rs.30,000 were destroyed due to fire. Against this, the insurance company accepted a claim of Rs.20,000.The company sells goods at cost plus 33 1/3 %. The value of closing inventory, after taking into account the above transactions is,

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 9

If the goods purchased are in transit, then the journal entry at the end of the period will be

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 10

D Company, a dealer in cosmetics, records its inventory under first-in-first-out method, so as to minimize accumulation of outdated stock. The opening stock as on September 01, 2005 is 150 units at the rate of Rs.20 per unit. The purchases and sales made during the month are:

Purchases:

With effect from September 01, 2005, the company decided to change the method of inventory valuation from the FIFO method to LIFO method. The change in the value of inventory consequent upon the change in the method of valuation is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 11

E Ltd., a dealer in second-hand cars has the following five vehicles of different models and makes in their stock at the end of the financial year 2004-2005:

Q.The value of stock included in the balance sheet of the company as on March 31, 2005 was

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 12

On April 07, 2005, i.e, a week after the end of the accounting year 2004-05, a company undertook physical stock verification. The value of stock as per physical stock verification was found to be Rs.35,000.
The following details pertaining to the period April 01, 2005 to April 07, 2005 are given:

I. Goods costing Rs.5,000 were sold during the week.
II. Goods received from consignor amounting to Rs.4,000 included in the value of stock.
III. Goods earlier purchased but returned during the period amounted to Rs.1,000.
IV. Goods earlier purchased and accounted but not received Rs.6,000.

After considering the above, the value of stock held as on March 31, 2005 was

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 13

While finalizing the current year’s profit, the company realized that there was an error in the valuation of closing stock of the previous year. In the previous year, closing stock was valued more by Rs.50,000. As a result

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 14

The total cost of goods available for sale with a company during the current year is Rs.12,00,000 and the total sales during the period are Rs.13,00,000. If the gross profit margin of the company is 33 1/3% on cost, the closing inventory during the current year is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 15

A company follows weighted average cost method for the valuation of its inventory. The details of purchase and issue of raw-materials pertaining to the company during the week April 01, 2006 to April 07, 2006 are as follows:

The value of inventory at the end of the week under weighted average method is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 16

Consider the following information pertaining to G & Sons as on March 31, 2005:

As per physical inventory taken on March 31, 2005 the closing inventory was Rs.20,90,000.
Gross profit on sales has remained constant at 25%. The management of the firm suspects that some inventory might have been taken away by a new employee. The estimated cost of missing inventory on the close of the financial year and the cost of goods sold during the year, respectively are

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 17

S Ltd. follows perpetual inventory system. On March 31 of every year, the company undertakes physical stock verification. On March 31, 2004, the value of stock as per the records differed from the value as per the physical stock. On scrutiny, the following differences were noticed:

Goods purchased for Rs.10,000 were received and included in the physical stock but no entry was made in the books.
Goods costing Rs.30,000 were sold and entered in the books but the stock is yet to be delivered.
Goods worth Rs.5,000 are returned to the suppliers but is omitted to be recorded.
If the inventory is valued in the books at Rs.1,50,000, the value of the physical inventory is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 18

Consider the following data pertaining to H Ltd. for the month of March 2005:

The company made purchases amounting Rs. 3,30,000 on credit. During the month of March 2005, the company paid a sum of Rs.3,50,000 to the suppliers. The goods are sold at 25% above the cost. The sales for the month of March 2005 were

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 19

Consider the following data pertaining to a company for the month of March 2005:

The sales of the company during the month are

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 20

Consider the following data pertaining to N Ltd. for the month of March 2005:

Q.If the company uses weighted average method for inventory valuation, the value of inventory as on March 31, 2005 is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 21

O Ltd. maintains the inventory records under perpetual system of inventory. Consider the following data pertaining to inventory of O Ltd. held for the month of March 2005:

Q.If the company sold 32 units on March 24, 2005, closing inventory under FIFO method is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 22

Consider the following data pertaining to R Ltd. for the month of June 2004:

Q.If the gross profit is 20% of net sales, the gross sales for the month of June 2004 is

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 23

Consider the following for Q Co. for the year 2005-06:

Q.Closing stock of goods for the year 2005-06 was

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 24

Consider the following data pertaining to credit purchases made by K Ltd., a dealer in electronic goods, for the month of March 2005:

On March 22, 2005, the company purchased from LM Stationers on credit for office use 10 dozens of carbon papers at the rate of Rs.35 per dozen and 10 dozens of ball pens at the rate of Rs.25 per dozen.
At the time of making payment on March 31, 2005, the suppliers have allowed a cash discount of 10% on the above purchases.
The total of purchases for the month of March 2005, was

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 25

Hindustan Ltd. has furnished the following details :

Q.What is the value of closing stock using FIFO method :

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 26

Hindustan Ltd. has furnished the following details :

Q.Using the information given in the problem, the value of issues using FIFO method :

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 27

Hindustan Ltd. has furnished the following details :

Q.Using the information given in problem, the value of closing stock as per LIFO method :

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 28

Re-ordering level is calculated as

Detailed Solution for Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 28

Re-order level is calculated as Maximum consumption x Maximum re-order period. To calculate the reorder level, multiply the average daily usage rate by the lead time in days for an inventory item.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 29

Hindustan Ltd. has furnished the following details :

Q.Using the information given in problem, the value of closing stock as per weighted average method :

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 30

Hindustan Ltd. has furnished the following details :

Q.Using the information given in problem, the value of issues using weighted average method :

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 31

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Compute the value of inventory on June 30 using FIFO method of inventory costing.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 32

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Using the information given in problem, compute the amount of cost of goods sold for June using FIFO principle.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 33

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Compute the Profit or loss for June using FIFO method of inventory costing.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 34

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Compute the value of inventory on June 30 using weighted average method of inventory costing.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 35

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Using the information given in problem, compute the amount of cost of goods sold for June using weighted average method.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 35

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 36

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Compute the Profit or loss for June using weighted average method of inventory costing.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 37

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Compute the value of inventory on June 30 using LIFO method of inventory costing.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 37

Explanation : Net Profit    = Sales - Cost of goods sold - General admin cost

= 9,45,000 - 7,80,000(WN 1) - 25,000

= 1,40,000

Calculation of quantity of goods sold = Opening stock + purchases - Closing  stock                                                                                                           = 1,00,000 + 3,00,000 - 1,30,000

= 2,70,000

Amount of goods sold (under FIFO)

= 1,00,000 x 3 =  3,00,000

1,70,000 x 2.85 =  4,84,500

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 38

Bharat Indian Oil is a bulk distributor of petrol. A periodic inventory of petrol on hand is taken when the books are closed at the end of each month. The following summary of information is available for the month :

Sales                                   Rs.9,45,000

Opening Stock: 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3 per litre Rs.3,00,000

Purchases (including freight inward):

June 1 2,00,000 litres @ Rs.2.85 per litre

June 30 1,00,000 litres @ Rs.3.03 per litre

June 30 Closing stock 1,30,000 litres

Q.Using the information given in problem, compute the amount of cost of goods sold for June using LIFO principle.

Detailed Solution for Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 38

Explanation : Calculation of quantity of goods sold = Opening stock + purchases - Closing                                                                                                                          stock

= 1,00,000 + 3,00,000 - 1,30,000

= 2,70,000

Amount of goods sold (under LIFO)

= 2,00,000 x 2.85      = 5,70,000

70,000 x  3        =  2,10,000

now,

5,70,000 + 2,10,000 = 7,80,000

(Under LIFO method the last purchased/produced inventory is sold first)

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 39

Buffer stock is the level of stock

Detailed Solution for Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 39

It is essentially another term in inventory management used to describe a level of extra stock that is kept to account for uncertainties in supply and demand or the risk of stockout.

Test: Inventories - 3 - Question 40

The following are the details supplied by Agni Ltd. in respect of its raw materials for the Month of December, 2005 :

On 31.12.2005, a shortage of 100 units was found.

Q.Find the value of closing stock using LIFO principle.

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