All India CA Foundation Group

(A) The Trial Balance of Green & Co. as on 30th June . 2001 shows a difference of Rs. 8,323. The debit side being in excess of the credit side. This difference was placed in “ Suspense A/c “ while closing the books , the following errors were subsequently noticed: (a) Return outward Book under cast by Rs. 909 on 28th June. (b) Repairs to plant and Machinery amounting to Rs. 1,100 was debited to Plant & Machinery Account on 9 th June. (c) Advance of Rs. 1,001 given to one of the suppliers Mr. ‘X’ on 20th May, was entered correctly in the cash book but was posted in his account on the credit side. (d) A cheque for Rs. 929 deposited in the bank on 29th May, was wrongly entered in Cash Book as Rs. 9,229 though the correct amount was posted in the account of customer. (e) Closing Stock as on 30th June , was Rs. 95,700 but the same wrongly carried forward as Rs. 97,500 in the books on 1st July 2000. (f) Rs. 684 being the discount allowed by one of the suppliers Mr. ‘Y’ on 25th June was omitted to be posted in his account Pass rectification entries for the above and draw the “Suspense Account”.
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Shanaya Deshpande answered  •  1 hour ago


Rectification of Errors in Green & Co.

Errors Identified:
- Return outward Book under cast by Rs. 909 on 28th June.
- Repairs to plant and Machinery amounting to Rs. 1,100 debited to Plant & Machinery Account on 9th June.
- Advance of Rs. 1,001 to supplier Mr. ‘X’ incorrectly posted on the credit side.
- Cheque for Rs. 929 deposited in the b
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`((sqrt(3))/(9))^(5/2)((9)/(3sqrt(3)))^(7/2)times9`?

Moumita Bajaj answered  •  8 hours ago



Step-by-Step Solution:


1. First, simplify the expression:
- \( \left( \frac{\sqrt{3}}{9} \right)^{\frac{5}{2}} \times \left( \frac{9}{3\sqrt{3}} \right)^{\frac{7}{2}} \times 9 \)

2. Simplify the exponents:
- \( \left( \frac{\sqrt{3}}{9} \right)^{\frac{5}{2}} = \frac{(\sqrt{3})^5}{9^5} = \frac{3^{\frac{5}{2}}}{9^5} = \fr
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The statement that there are many contracts which should be complied with All legal formalities has two writing ,registration. Is there any grammatical mistakes in this statement.?

Aditi Joshi answered  •  18 hours ago


Grammatical Analysis of the Statement

There are several grammatical mistakes in the given statement that need to be corrected for clarity and accuracy. Let's break down the sentence and identify the errors:

1. Lack of Subject-Verb Agreement:
- The statement begins with "there are many contracts," where the subject "contracts" is plural. However,
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Physical verification of stock was done on 23rd june. the value of stock was rs 4,80,000. following transactions took place between 23rd june and 30th june –
1 . Out of goods sent on consignment, goods costing Rs 24,000 were unsold.
2 . Purchases of Rs 40,000 were made, out of which goods worth Rs 16,000 were delivered on 5th July.
3 . Sales were Rs 1,36,000, which include goods worth Rs 32,000 sent on approval. Half of these goods were returned before 30th June, but no intimation is available regarding the remaining goods. Goods are sold at cost plus 25%. However, goods costing Rs24,000 had been sold for Rs12,000.
You want to determine the value of stock on 30th June. You start with physical stock on 23rd June.
 
Q.What will you do regarding adjustment # 3?
  • a)
    73,600 (Add)
  • b)
    24,000 (lAdd)
  • c)
    97,600 (Less)
  • d)
    Both (a) and (b)
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

Rithika Nair answered  •  19 hours ago
Adjustment #3 regarding Sales:
Sales were Rs 1,36,000, which includes goods worth Rs 32,000 sent on approval. Half of these goods were returned before 30th June, but no intimation is available regarding the remaining goods. Goods are sold at cost plus 25%. However, goods costing Rs 24,000 had been sold for Rs 12,000.

- The sales amount should be adjusted to reflect the actua
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Give me an example of the object of a agreement, is immoral but not opposed to public policy.?

Akshay Saini answered  •  19 hours ago



Example of an Object of an Agreement that is Immoral but Not Opposed to Public Policy:


In the context of contract law, there are certain agreements that may be considered immoral but are not necessarily against public policy. One such example is a contract between two parties to engage in gambling activities.


Immorality:


  • Engaging in gambling activities is often viewed as immoral by certain individuals or groups due to the potential negative consequences it can have on individuals and society as a whole.

  • It is often associated with addiction, financial loss, and other social issues.



Not Opposed to Public Policy:


  • While gambling may be considered immoral by some, it is not necessarily against public policy in many jurisdictions.

  • Many countries have legalized and regulated gambling activities, such as casinos and lotteries, as a source of revenue for the government.



Explanation:


In this scenario, while the object of the agreement (gambling) may be considered immoral by some, it is not necessarily against public policy as it is a legally permitted activity in many jurisdictions. As long as the contract complies with the relevant laws and regulations governing gambling activities, it would be enforceable despite being viewed as immoral by certain individuals or groups.



A advertises to sell his old Car by advertising in a newspaper. This offer is called:
  • a)
    General offer
  • b)
    Special offer
  • c)
    Continuing offer
  • d)
    None of the above
Correct answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer?

Subhankar Sen answered  •  22 hours ago


General offer:
A general offer is an offer made to the public at large, inviting anyone who is interested to accept it. In this case, A is advertising to sell his old car in a newspaper, making it a general offer.

Special offer:
A special offer is a unique offer made to a specific individual or group of individuals. Since A is advertising in a newspap
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The Accounting Convention of Matching means: 
  • a)
    Profit for the period to be matched with sales revenue
  • b)
    Profit for the period to be matched with investment 
  • c)
    Expenses of one period to be matched against the expenses of another period 
  • d)
    Expenses of one period to be matched against the revenue of the same period 
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Sahil Malik answered  •  yesterday


Matching Principle in Accounting:

The Accounting Convention of Matching refers to the principle of matching expenses with revenues in the same accounting period. This principle is crucial for accurately determining the profitability of a business and ensuring that financial statements reflect the true financial performance of the entity.

Explanation:
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Sum of terms of an AP is 3n2 5n the series is?

Sahil Malik answered  •  yesterday




Sum of terms of an AP:

An arithmetic progression (AP) is a sequence of numbers in which the difference of any two successive members is constant. The sum of the terms of an AP can be calculated using the formula S_n = n/2 [2a + (n-1)d], where S_n is the sum of the first n terms, a is the first term, n is the number of terms, and d is the common
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Why do we deduct monetary value of goods given at charity from purchase in a financial statement why not from open stock?

Mehul Saini answered  •  yesterday

Reason for Deducting Monetary Value of Goods Given at Charity from Purchase in Financial Statement

1. Matching Principle:
- According to the matching principle in accounting, expenses should be recognized in the same period as the related revenues. When goods are given to charity, they are essentially being used for a charitable purpose and not for generating re
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Simpsons ltd profit and loss account for the year ended 31st march 2015 include the following information Depreciation 84500 Bad debt written off 25000 Increase in provision for bad debt 22000 Proposed dividend 73200 Retained... more

Anuj Roy answered  •  yesterday

Amount to be Transferred to Provision, Reserve, or Neither

The amount to be transferred to provision, reserve, or neither can be calculated as follows:

1. Transfer to Provision:
- Bad debt written off: $25,000
- Increase in provision for bad debt: $22,000
Total transfer to provision: $47,000

2. Transfer to Reserve:
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On 01.01.2001, a new plant was purchased by Mrs. Shweta Periwal for Rs 1,00,000 and a further sum of Rs 5,000 was spent on installation. On 01.06.2002, another plant was acquired for Rs 65,000. On 02.10.2003, the first plant was totally destroyed and the amount of Rs 2,500 only was realized by selling the scraps. It was not insured. On 20.10.2003, a second hand plant was purchased for Rs 75,000 and a further sum of Rs 7,500 was spent for repairs and Rs 2,500 on its erection. It came into use on 15.11.2003. Depreciation has been provided @ 10% on the original cost annually on 31st December. It was the practice to provide depreciation for full year on all acquisitions made at any time during the year and to ignore the depreciation on any time sold during the year.

In December 2003, it is decided to change the method of depreciation and to follow the rate of 15% on diminishing balance method with retrospective effect in respect of the existing items of plant and to make necessary adjustments on 31.12.2003.
 
Q.Closing balance in Provision for Depreciation A/c = _________.
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Tejas Chaudhary answered  •  2 days ago

Calculation of Closing balance in Provision for Depreciation A/c:

1. Depreciation for the year 2001:
- Original cost of the plant purchased on 01.01.2001 = Rs 1,00,000
- Depreciation for the year = 10% of Rs 1,00,000 = Rs 10,000

2. Depreciation for the year 2002:
- Original cost of the plant purchased on 01.06.2002 = Rs 65,00
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 On 01.01.2001, a new plant was purchased by Mrs. Shweta Periwal for Rs. 1,00,000 and a further sum of R.s 5,000 was spent on installation. On 01.06.2002, another plant was acquired for Rs. 65,000. On 02.01.2003, the first plant was totally destroyed and the amount of Rs. 2,500 only was realized by selling the scraps. It was not insured. On 20.10.2003, a second hand plant was purchased for Rs. 75,000 and a further sum of Rs. 7,500 was spent for repairs and Rs. 2,500 on its erection. It came into use on 15.11.2003. Depreciation has been provided @ 10% on the original cost annually on 31st December. It was the practice to provide depreciation for full year on all acquisitions made at any time during the year and to ignore the depreciation on any time sold during the year. In December 2003, it is decided to change the method of depreciation and to follow the rate of 15% on diminishing balance method with retrospective effect in respect of the existing items of plant and to make necessary adjustments on 31.12.2003. 
Closing balance in Provision for Depreciation A/c = ___________
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Tejas Chaudhary answered  •  2 days ago
Calculation of Closing Balance in Provision for Depreciation A/c

Determination of Depreciation for each Plant:
- Plant 1 (01.01.2001):
Original Cost = Rs. 1,00,000 + Rs. 5,000 (installation) = Rs. 1,05,000
Depreciation for 2001 = 10% of Rs. 1,05,000 = Rs. 10,500
Depreciation for 2002 = 10% of Rs. 1,05,000 = Rs. 10,500
Depreciation for 2003 (till 0
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X who was closing his books on 31.03.2006 failed to take the actual stock which he did on 9th April, when it was ascertained by him to be worth Rs 25,000.
It was found that sales are entered in the Sales Day Book on the same day of despatch and the returns inward in the returns book as and when the goods are received back. Purchases are entered in the Purchase Day Book once the invoices are received. Observations -
i. Sales between 31st March and 9th April as per Sales Book are Rs 1,720. Rate of gross profit is 33 1/3 % on cost.
ii. Purchases during the same period as per Purchases Book are Rs 120.
iii. Out of above purchases, goods amounting to Rs 50 were not received until after the stock was taken.
iv. Goods invoiced during the month of March, but goods received only on 4th April, amounted to Rs 100.
You want to find the value of physical stock on 31st March. You start with the value of stock on 9th April.
 
Q.How would you adjust the observation # 3?
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Tejas Chaudhary answered  •  2 days ago
Adjustment for Observation # 3:

In observation # 3, it is mentioned that goods amounting to Rs 50 were not received until after the stock was taken. This means that the purchases recorded in the Purchases Book include Rs 50 worth of goods that were not physically received by the business by 31st March. Therefore, to adjust this observation, we need to add Rs 50 to the physical st
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Jyoti Nair asked a question

Each of the 10 persons namely A, Q, R, Z, M, N, P, B, K and L are wearing a shirt. The colour of each shirt is one out of blue, green and red. There are ten chairs placed in a row. The chairs are consecutively numbered 1, 2, 3, 4...9 and 10 from left to right in that order. These ten persons have to sit on the chairs such that there is only one person in each chair. The number of persons wearing a green and a blue shirt is 2 and 3 respectively.
Additional Information:
1. No two persons wearing blue shirts sit on consecutively numbered chairs.
2. Among the persons wearing red shirts, exactly three persons always are sitting together while the remaining two never.
3. A person wearing a blue shirt and a person wearing a green shirt never is sitting on consecutively numbered chairs.
4. A person wearing a green shirt cannot sit on chairs numbered 2 or 9.
5. Persons wearing red shirts are not sitting at extreme ends.
The following table provides information about the six different seating arrangements namely I, II, III, IV, V and VI of the ten persons done by Mr. Crazy. He observed that out of all the seating arrangements done by him, there is one arrangement that is not consistent with the information stated under "Additional Information".
Q. Which of the arrangements done by Mr. Crazy is not consistent with the information stated under "Additional Information"?
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We make investment fluctuation fund because because we want to get rid of to make adjustment of of negative effect on the market value of such investment for which the investment fluctuation fund is made. Is this statement ri... more

Niharika Joshi answered  •  2 days ago
Yes




Reasons for making investment fluctuation fund:

- To absorb the impact of fluctuations in the market value of investments
- To stabilize the financial statements of the organization
- To provide a buffer against potential losses in the value of investments
- To ensure consistency in reporting financial results

R
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- Acts as a reserve to offset any negative impact on the market value of investments
- Helps in maintaining a more stable financial position for the organization
- Allows for better management of risks associated with investment portfolios

Benefits of having an investment fluctuation fund:

- Protects the organization from sudden and significant changes in the market value of investments
- Helps in presenting a more accurate and reliable financial position in the balance sheet
- Provides a sense of security and confidence to stakeholders regarding the financial stability of the organization.

Why should we make investment fluctuation fund even we can show the effect in the market value of investment in profit and loss account?

Dhruba Choudhary answered  •  2 days ago
Investment Fluctuation Fund Importance:

- Market Value Fluctuations: The market value of investments can fluctuate due to various external factors such as economic conditions, market trends, and geopolitical events. These fluctuations can have a significant impact on the financial performance of the company.

- Stabilizing Profit and Loss Account: By creating an
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If a business has invested some of money in shares and the market value of shares reduced buy 500 rupees should I show this reduction of 500 rupees in profit and loss account? Answer only and only in yes or no.?

Amrutha Goyal answered  •  2 days ago
Yes


- Explanation:
Yes, the reduction of 500 rupees in the market value of shares should be shown in the profit and loss account. This reduction represents a loss in the value of the investment made by the business. In accounting, it is important to accurately reflect all gains and losses in the financial statements to provide a true and fair view of the business's financial position.

- Impact on Profit and Loss Account:
Showing the reduction of 500 rupees in the profit and loss account will result in a decrease in the profit of the business for the period. This decrease will be reflected in the income statement as a loss on the investment in shares.

- Importance of Accurate Reporting:
Accurate reporting of all financial transactions, including gains and losses on investments, is crucial for stakeholders to make informed decisions. By showing the reduction in the market value of shares in the profit and loss account, the business can provide transparency and accountability in its financial reporting.

- Compliance with Accounting Standards:
Following accounting standards and principles, such as the principle of prudence, requires businesses to recognize losses on investments when they occur. By including the reduction in the market value of shares in the profit and loss account, the business can adhere to these standards and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements.

Five bulbs of which three are defective are to be tried in two bulb points in a dark room. Number of trials the room shall be lighted is?

Ipsita Rane answered  •  2 days ago

Solution:

Understanding the problem:
- We have 5 bulbs, out of which 3 are defective.
- We need to find out the minimum number of trials required to determine which bulbs are defective by using 2 bulb points in a dark room.

First Trial:
- Turn on any 2 bulbs.
- If both bulbs light up, then both bulbs are good and the defective bu
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Which of the following is not a source of primary data?
  • a)
    Surveys
  • b)
    Observations
  • c)
    Experiments
  • d)
    Government-published records
Correct answer is option 'D'. Can you explain this answer?

Ipsita Rane answered  •  2 days ago


Government-published records

Government-published records are not a source of primary data because they are typically considered secondary data. These records are compiled and published by government agencies for various purposes, such as statistical analysis, research, or public information dissemination. While they can be valuable sources of information, they are no
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Which of these reserves is closer? First is profit and loss and second is liability.?

Snehal Das answered  •  2 days ago


Profit and Loss Reserve

The Profit and Loss Reserve is an account in which a portion of a company's profits are retained within the business rather than being distributed to shareholders as dividends. This reserve is created by transferring a portion of the company's net income at the end of each financial year. The purpose of the Profit and Loss Reserve is to build u
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Journal entry of goods given for charity?

Ipsita Rane answered  •  2 days ago

Donation of Goods for Charity

Donating goods to charity is a noble act that can make a significant impact on the lives of those in need. Here is a journal entry detailing the goods given for charity:

Date: [Date of donation]

Description of Goods:
- 100 blankets
- 200 cans of non-perishable food
- 50 pairs of shoes
- 30
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If an agreement is made by ram to purchase a car and in exchange of that to give 5 lakh rupees to Mr Shyam. In this agreement May promises be called, made by both party , a set of promises? First of all answer in yes or no.?

Tanvi Pillai answered  •  2 days ago
Yes

Explanation:


  • Agreement as a Set of Promises: Yes, the agreement made by Ram to purchase a car and give 5 lakh rupees to Mr. Shyam can be considered as a set of promises made by both parties. Ram promises to purchase the car, and in exchange, Mr. Shyam promises to receive 5 lakh rupees.

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  • Consideration: In this agreement, the consideration is the car purchased by Ram and the 5 lakh rupees given by Mr. Shyam. Consideration is an essential element of a contract, and in this case, both parties are providing something of value to each other.

  • Enforceability: The promises made by Ram and Mr. Shyam in the agreement are enforceable in a court of law. If either party breaches the agreement by not fulfilling their promise, the other party can seek legal remedies to enforce the contract.

What does mean by set of promises given in definition of agreement?please make me clear with their examples.?

Sagarika Pillai answered  •  2 days ago





Set of Promises in an Agreement




Definition:

An agreement is a legally enforceable promise or set of promises made between parties. These promises serve as the foundation of the agreement and outline the obligations and rights of each party involved.




Examples:
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Does non profit making organisation need to make workmen compensation reserve for their employees? First of all answer in yes or no.?

Rutuja Dasgupta answered  •  3 days ago
Yes

- Workmen Compensation Reserve for Non-profit Organizations:

Non-profit organizations are not required to make workmen compensation reserves for their employees as they do not operate for profit-making purposes. Workmen compensation reserves are usually set aside by for-profit organizations to cover any potential costs related to work-related injuries or illnes
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If many workers do work in non profit making organisation my question is that does such organisation need to make workmen compensation reserve?

Gayatri Khanna answered  •  3 days ago




Workmen Compensation Reserve in Non-Profit Organisations






Explanation:





  • Legal Requirement: Non-profit organizations are generally required to provide workers' compensation insurance for their employees, just like for-profit businesses. Thi... more


  • Financial Protection: Creating a workmen compensation reserve allows non-profit organizations to set aside funds to cover potential claims and related expenses. This helps ensure that the organization can meet its obligations to employees in case of work-related injuries or illnesses.


  • Compliance: By establishing a workmen compensation reserve, non-profit organizations demonstrate their commitment to compliance with relevant laws and regulations. It also shows responsibility towards the well-being of their employees.


  • Risk Management: Having a reserve for workmen compensation helps non-profit organizations manage the financial risks associated with workplace injuries. It provides a buffer against unexpected costs and helps in maintaining financial stability.


  • Employee Welfare: Creating a workmen compensation reserve reflects the organization's concern for the welfare of its employees. It ensures that employees are taken care of in case of any work-related accidents or illnesses, fostering a positive work environment.



If Ramesh offer Mr Bean to purchase a car of Mr Bean for 5 lacs rupees and Mr Bean agree upon this. Is Mr Bean both promiser and promisee in this agreement?

Arka Kaur answered  •  3 days ago

Analysis of the Agreement

Mr Bean is both the promiser and the promisee in this agreement.

Mr Bean as the Promiser

- As the promiser, Mr Bean is making a promise to sell his car to Ramesh for 5 lacs rupees.
- By agreeing to the terms of the agreement, Mr Bean is obligated to transfer the ownership of the car to Ramesh upon receiving the pay
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If an investment of rupees thousand and rupees hundred yield an income of rupees 90 and 20 respectively for earning rupees 50 investment of rupees will be required.? a) less than Rs 500 b) Over Rs 500 c) Rs 485 d)Rs 486 Corre... more

Sai Joshi answered  •  4 days ago

Calculation:

- Let the required investment be x rupees.
- Based on the given information:
- Income from Rs 100 investment = Rs 20
- Income from Rs 1000 investment = Rs 90

Income from Rs x investment:
- Income is directly proportional to the investment made.
- Therefore, income from Rs x investment = (x/100) * 20
- Similarl
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If equation of two lines in which one is 4x 3y 7=0 and another equation 3x 4y 8=0 the mean of x and y are?

Rajveer Yadav answered  •  4 days ago

Mean of x and y for the given equations:

The given equations are:
1. 4x + 3y - 7 = 0
2. 3x + 4y - 8 = 0

To find the mean of x and y, we first need to solve the above equations simultaneously. This can be done by either substitution or elimination method.

Solving the equations:
1. 4x + 3y - 7 = 0
2. 3x + 4y - 8 = 0

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 Let A={a, b}. set of subsets of A is called power set of A denoted by P(A). Now n(P(A) is
  • a)
    2
  • b)
    4
  • c)
    3
  • d)
    None of these
Correct answer is option 'B'. Can you explain this answer?

Rajveer Yadav answered  •  4 days ago

Explanation:

Power Set:
- The power set of a set is the set of all its subsets.
- If a set has 'n' elements, then its power set will have 2^n elements.

Given:
- Set A = {a, b} which has 2 elements.

Calculating the number of elements in P(A):
- Number of elements in P(A) = 2^n, where n is the number of elements i
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The permissible sampling error is required to determine sample size for
  • a)
    estimating a mean
  • b)
    estimating a proportion
  • c)
    both
  • d)
    none
Correct answer is option 'C'. Can you explain this answer?

Rajveer Yadav answered  •  4 days ago


Estimating a Mean and Estimating a Proportion

Estimating a mean and estimating a proportion both require determining the permissible sampling error in order to calculate the appropriate sample size. The permissible sampling error is the maximum amount of error that is considered acceptable in the estimation process.

Mean Estimation

When es
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Ask me 5 multiple questions with their answer from accountancy subject related class 11th and class 12th?

Arnab Nambiar answered  •  4 days ago


Question 1: Define accounting and explain its importance in business.

Accounting is the process of recording, summarizing, analyzing, and presenting financial information in a systematic manner. It plays a crucial role in the functioning of businesses by providing essential financial information for decision-making and accountability.

- Recording Financi
... more Accounting helps in recording all financial transactions of a business accurately.
- Summarizing Financial Information: It summarizes the financial data into reports like balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements.
- Analysis of Financial Data: Accounting helps in analyzing the financial health and performance of a business by interpreting the financial statements.
- Decision-making: It provides valuable insights for making informed business decisions based on financial data.
- Compliance and Accountability: Accounting ensures compliance with legal requirements and helps in maintaining accountability towards stakeholders.

Question 2: Differentiate between financial accounting and management accounting.

Financial accounting and management accounting are two essential branches of accounting with distinct purposes and audiences.

- Financial Accounting: Focuses on reporting financial information to external stakeholders like investors, creditors, and regulatory authorities. It follows Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) for preparing financial statements.
- Management Accounting: Concerned with providing financial information to internal management for decision-making and planning. It includes budgeting, cost analysis, and performance evaluation to support strategic business decisions.

Question 3: What is the accounting equation? Explain with an example.

The accounting equation is a fundamental principle in accounting that represents the relationship between a company's assets, liabilities, and equity.

Accounting Equation: Assets = Liabilities + Equity

For example, if a business has assets worth $100,000, liabilities of $40,000, and equity of $60,000, the accounting equation would be:

$100,000 (Assets) = $40,000 (Liabilities) + $60,000 (Equity)

This equation must always balance, ensuring that the company's resources are financed by either debt (liabilities) or owner's investment (equity).

Question 4: Explain the concept of double-entry accounting.

Double-entry accounting is a system where every transaction has equal and opposite effects on at least two accounts. This system ensures accuracy in recording financial transactions and maintaining the accounting equation.

- Debit and Credit: Every transaction is recorded with a debit entry in one account and an equal credit entry in another account.
- Asset and Liability Accounts: Increase in assets is recorded as a debit, while an increase in liabilities is recorded as a credit.
- Income and Expense Accounts: Revenue is recorded as a credit, while expenses are recorded as debits.

By using double-entry accounting, errors can be easily identified and corrected, and the financial statements remain accurate and balanced.

Question 5: What is the importance of financial statements in accounting?

Financial statements are crucial documents that provide an overview of a company's financial performance and position. They are essential for various stakeholders to assess the company's financial health and make informed decisions.

- Investor Decision-making: Investors analyze financial statements to assess the company's profitability and growth potential before making investment decisions.
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Upcoming new partner will avail the profit ,generated by increase in revenue caused by deferred revenue expenditure but that partner will treat such expenditure as a loss because he is paying some amount in form a good goodwi... more

Sameer Basu answered  •  4 days ago
Yes




Explanation:




Deferred Revenue Expenditure:
Deferred revenue expenditure is an expenditure that is incurred during a particular accounting period but its benefits are not fully received in the same period. Instead, the benefits are spread over a number of years. This expenditure is usually written off over a per
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Can deferred revenue expenditure be considered for upcoming new partner ,a loss?

Sounak Jain answered  •  4 days ago



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Deferred Revenue Expenditure as a Loss for New Partner

- - -

Definition of Deferred Revenue Expenditure:
Deferred revenue expenditure refers to those expenses that are incurred during an accounting period but are not written off as expenses in that period. Instead, these expenses are spread over a number of years. <
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Is default revenue expenditure can be treated as loss by the upcoming new part in a firm?

Pranav Gupta answered  •  4 days ago






Understanding Default Revenue Expenditure as Loss in a Firm




Definition of Default Revenue Expenditure:


  • Default revenue expenditure refers to routine expenses incurred by a firm in its day-to-day operations, such as salaries, rent, utilities, etc.

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Consideration of Default Revenue Expenditure as Loss:


  • While default revenue expenditure is essential for the smooth operation of a business, it does not contribute directly to increasing profits.

  • From a financial perspective, these expenses can be viewed as losses since they reduce the overall profitability of the firm.

  • However, it is important to distinguish between revenue expenditures and capital expenditures, as the former are deducted from revenue to calculate net income.






Implications for the Upcoming New Part in a Firm:


  • For the upcoming new part in a firm, understanding and managing default revenue expenditures is crucial for financial sustainability.

  • By recognizing these expenditures as potential losses, the new part can focus on optimizing costs and improving efficiency to minimize their impact on profitability.

  • Implementing cost control measures and budgeting effectively can help mitigate the negative effects of default revenue expenditures on the firm's bottom line.



Is Deferred revenue expenditure an expense or loss?

Malavika Basak answered  •  4 days ago
Deferred Revenue Expenditure: Expense or Loss?


Deferred revenue expenditure refers to an expense that is incurred during a particular accounting period but is recognized over a period of time. It is not immediately written off as an expense in the period it is incurred but is spread over the future accounting periods.





  • Expense:



Deferred revenue expenditure is treated as an expense on the income statement. It is not written off in the year it is incurred but is spread out over the useful life of the asset or the period of benefit derived from the expenditure. This helps in matching the expense with the revenue it generates, providing a more accurate representation of the company's financial position.





  • Loss:



While deferred revenue expenditure is not considered a loss in the traditional sense, it does impact the profitability of a company in the period it is incurred. By spreading the expenditure over future periods, it reduces the immediate impact on the company's net income, allowing for a more even distribution of expenses.

In conclusion, deferred revenue expenditure is treated as an expense on the income statement and is not classified as a loss. It is an essential accounting concept that helps in accurately portraying the financial position of a company over time.

If the range of x is 2, what would be the range of –3x 50?

Sinjini Gupta answered  •  5 days ago

Explanation:

The range of a function refers to the set of all possible output values that the function can produce for a given set of input values. In this case, we are given that the range of x is 2.

Calculating the range of -3x + 50:

To determine the range of the function -3x + 50, we need to consider how the operations of multiplication by -3
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How To calculate depreciation on costs when 1/3rd of it is sold away?

Sinjini Gupta answered  •  5 days ago

Calculating Depreciation on Costs when 1/3rd is Sold Away

Understanding Depreciation:
Depreciation is the reduction in the value of an asset over time due to wear and tear, obsolescence, or other factors. It is an accounting method used to allocate the cost of a tangible asset over its useful life.

Formula for Depreciation:
Depreciation Expense =
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What is the treatment of the balance of deferred revenue expenditure before the time of upcoming new partner in a firm?

Ritika Iyer answered  •  5 days ago

Treatment of Deferred Revenue Expenditure before the Time of Upcoming New Partner in a Firm



  1. Recognition:

  2. Deferred revenue expenditure refers to expenses that are incurred during the current accounting period but are written off over a period of subsequent years. These expenses are treated as assets and are amortized over a specific period.

  3. Accounting Treatment:

  4. The balance of deferred revenue expenditure before the time of the upcoming new partner in a firm should be amortized as per the original agreement or as per the accounting policies of the firm. The amortization should be done systematically over the remaining useful life of the asset.

  5. Adjustment in the Books of Accounts:

  6. To adjust the balance of deferred revenue expenditure, the firm should debit the amortization expense account and credit the deferred revenue expenditure account. This adjustment should be made at the end of each accounting period until the entire balance is fully amortized.

  7. Impact on Financial Statements:

  8. The amortization of deferred revenue expenditure will have an impact on the firm's financial statements. It will reduce the reported expenses in the income statement, which will result in higher profits. However, it will also reduce the value of the asset on the balance sheet.

  9. Disclosure:

  10. The firm should disclose the balance of deferred revenue expenditure in the notes to the financial statements along with the method of amortization and the remaining useful life of the asset. This will provide transparency to the stakeholders regarding the treatment of deferred revenue expenditure in the firm.
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