Basic Accounting Terms and Accounting Equation - Test No-1(2013-14) Notes | EduRev

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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 1            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chawla started a business of buying and selling of mobile phones and invested Rs. 5, 00, 000 on 
1.4.2011. 
On 20.4.2011 he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of mobile phones and Rs. 75, 000 for furniture. 
On 1.5.2011, he purchased some stationery for Rs. 10, 000 in cash and sold some mobile phones for 
Rs. 1, 50, 000 on credit to Mr. Bhushan. After a period of one month, he purchased mobile phones of 
Rs. 1, 60, 000 from Mr. Chaudhary. Expenses during the same period were Rs. 20, 000. On 31.7.2011 
mobile phones worth Rs. 40, 000 were lost by fire. 
During September 2011 to December 2011, a part of stock of mobile phones which costed Rs. 50, 000 
was sold for Rs. 70, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions:- 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chawla started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor for the business and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. Give the name and cost of fixed asset bought by the business enterprise. 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of net profit when merchandising cost = Rs. 21, 650; expenses of doing business 
(operating expenses) = Rs. 480 and sales = Rs. 24, 900?     1 
a. Rs. 2, 770  b. Rs. 3, 250  c. Rs. 47, 030  d. Rs. 21, 170. 
Q 3: What is the amount of ‘expenses of doing business’ (operating expenses) when Sales = Rs. 1, 50, 000, 
Gross Profit = Rs. 15, 000 Net loss = Rs. 4, 000?      1 
a. Rs. 11, 000  b. Rs. 1, 31, 000  c. Rs. 19, 000  d. Rs. 1, 65, 000. 
Q 4: What is net Profit?         1 
Q 5: If sales Rs. 2, 00, 000. Gross profit is 1/4
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 4, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 28% on Cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end        
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
10, 000 
30, 000 
20, 000 
35, 000 
1/3 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 8, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 20, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 60, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 6, 10, 000.       3 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 1            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chawla started a business of buying and selling of mobile phones and invested Rs. 5, 00, 000 on 
1.4.2011. 
On 20.4.2011 he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of mobile phones and Rs. 75, 000 for furniture. 
On 1.5.2011, he purchased some stationery for Rs. 10, 000 in cash and sold some mobile phones for 
Rs. 1, 50, 000 on credit to Mr. Bhushan. After a period of one month, he purchased mobile phones of 
Rs. 1, 60, 000 from Mr. Chaudhary. Expenses during the same period were Rs. 20, 000. On 31.7.2011 
mobile phones worth Rs. 40, 000 were lost by fire. 
During September 2011 to December 2011, a part of stock of mobile phones which costed Rs. 50, 000 
was sold for Rs. 70, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions:- 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chawla started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor for the business and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. Give the name and cost of fixed asset bought by the business enterprise. 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of net profit when merchandising cost = Rs. 21, 650; expenses of doing business 
(operating expenses) = Rs. 480 and sales = Rs. 24, 900?     1 
a. Rs. 2, 770  b. Rs. 3, 250  c. Rs. 47, 030  d. Rs. 21, 170. 
Q 3: What is the amount of ‘expenses of doing business’ (operating expenses) when Sales = Rs. 1, 50, 000, 
Gross Profit = Rs. 15, 000 Net loss = Rs. 4, 000?      1 
a. Rs. 11, 000  b. Rs. 1, 31, 000  c. Rs. 19, 000  d. Rs. 1, 65, 000. 
Q 4: What is net Profit?         1 
Q 5: If sales Rs. 2, 00, 000. Gross profit is 1/4
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 4, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 28% on Cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end        
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
10, 000 
30, 000 
20, 000 
35, 000 
1/3 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 8, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 20, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 60, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 6, 10, 000.       3 
 
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Q 9: Give transaction which will 
1. Decrease the asset and decrease the capital.  
2. Increase the asset and increase the capital. 
3. Decrease the assets and decrease the liabilities. 
4. Increase the assets and increase the liabilities.      2 
 
Q 10: A businessman commenced his business on 1
st
 April, 2011 with the assets having value of Rs. 3,20,000 
and liabilities owing to outsiders Rs. 20, 000. During the year, he suffered a loss of Rs. 30, 000 and 
had withdrawn Rs. 30, 000 from his business. Calculate the value of its capital as on 31
st
 march, 2012. 
Also find the value of closing assets on that date.      3 
 
Q 11: Neetu started a business with cash Rs. 1, 20, 000. In respect of his business, following transactions 
were recorded:     Rs. 
1. Purchased goods on credit   32, 500 
2. Paid wages       2, 500 
3. Withdrew for personal use   21, 600 
4. Paid to creditors in full settlement  32, 000 
5. Purchased furniture for     2, 510 
6. Telephone charges paid   18, 000 
Show an accounting equation on the basis of above transactions.    6 
 
Q 12: From the following calculate net worth. 
1. Creditors equity Rs. 1, 25, 000. 2. Total equity Rs. 2, 50, 000.   1 
 
Q 13: Sanjay commenced business on 1.4.2010 with cash Rs. 8, 00, 000. The following transactions were 
entered into by him during the year. 
1. Opened a account in PNB with Rs. 80, 000. 
2. Goods destroyed by fire costing Rs. 6, 000 (Selling price Rs. 6, 900). 
3. Goods purchased from Ghanshyam Rs. 56, 000. 
4. Donated goods costing Rs. 2, 000 to a charitable trust. 
5. Received commission Rs. 4, 000. 
6. Withdrew Rs. 7, 000 for personal use. 
7. Sold goods to Harit (costing 8, 000) for Rs. 9, 800. 
8. Received cheque from Harit of Rs. 9, 600 in full settlement. 
9. Shares were purchased for Rs. 15, 000. 
10. Rent paid for 15 months Rs. 60, 000. 
Show an accounting equation and also prepare the balance sheet.    12 
 
Q 14: Distinction between Book keeping and Accounting on the basis of Scope.   1 
 
Q 15: Two example of Fictions Assets.        1 
 
Q 16: What is Revenue expenditures.        1 
 
 
 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 1            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chawla started a business of buying and selling of mobile phones and invested Rs. 5, 00, 000 on 
1.4.2011. 
On 20.4.2011 he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of mobile phones and Rs. 75, 000 for furniture. 
On 1.5.2011, he purchased some stationery for Rs. 10, 000 in cash and sold some mobile phones for 
Rs. 1, 50, 000 on credit to Mr. Bhushan. After a period of one month, he purchased mobile phones of 
Rs. 1, 60, 000 from Mr. Chaudhary. Expenses during the same period were Rs. 20, 000. On 31.7.2011 
mobile phones worth Rs. 40, 000 were lost by fire. 
During September 2011 to December 2011, a part of stock of mobile phones which costed Rs. 50, 000 
was sold for Rs. 70, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions:- 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chawla started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor for the business and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. Give the name and cost of fixed asset bought by the business enterprise. 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of net profit when merchandising cost = Rs. 21, 650; expenses of doing business 
(operating expenses) = Rs. 480 and sales = Rs. 24, 900?     1 
a. Rs. 2, 770  b. Rs. 3, 250  c. Rs. 47, 030  d. Rs. 21, 170. 
Q 3: What is the amount of ‘expenses of doing business’ (operating expenses) when Sales = Rs. 1, 50, 000, 
Gross Profit = Rs. 15, 000 Net loss = Rs. 4, 000?      1 
a. Rs. 11, 000  b. Rs. 1, 31, 000  c. Rs. 19, 000  d. Rs. 1, 65, 000. 
Q 4: What is net Profit?         1 
Q 5: If sales Rs. 2, 00, 000. Gross profit is 1/4
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 4, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 28% on Cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end        
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
10, 000 
30, 000 
20, 000 
35, 000 
1/3 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 8, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 20, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 60, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 6, 10, 000.       3 
 
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Q 9: Give transaction which will 
1. Decrease the asset and decrease the capital.  
2. Increase the asset and increase the capital. 
3. Decrease the assets and decrease the liabilities. 
4. Increase the assets and increase the liabilities.      2 
 
Q 10: A businessman commenced his business on 1
st
 April, 2011 with the assets having value of Rs. 3,20,000 
and liabilities owing to outsiders Rs. 20, 000. During the year, he suffered a loss of Rs. 30, 000 and 
had withdrawn Rs. 30, 000 from his business. Calculate the value of its capital as on 31
st
 march, 2012. 
Also find the value of closing assets on that date.      3 
 
Q 11: Neetu started a business with cash Rs. 1, 20, 000. In respect of his business, following transactions 
were recorded:     Rs. 
1. Purchased goods on credit   32, 500 
2. Paid wages       2, 500 
3. Withdrew for personal use   21, 600 
4. Paid to creditors in full settlement  32, 000 
5. Purchased furniture for     2, 510 
6. Telephone charges paid   18, 000 
Show an accounting equation on the basis of above transactions.    6 
 
Q 12: From the following calculate net worth. 
1. Creditors equity Rs. 1, 25, 000. 2. Total equity Rs. 2, 50, 000.   1 
 
Q 13: Sanjay commenced business on 1.4.2010 with cash Rs. 8, 00, 000. The following transactions were 
entered into by him during the year. 
1. Opened a account in PNB with Rs. 80, 000. 
2. Goods destroyed by fire costing Rs. 6, 000 (Selling price Rs. 6, 900). 
3. Goods purchased from Ghanshyam Rs. 56, 000. 
4. Donated goods costing Rs. 2, 000 to a charitable trust. 
5. Received commission Rs. 4, 000. 
6. Withdrew Rs. 7, 000 for personal use. 
7. Sold goods to Harit (costing 8, 000) for Rs. 9, 800. 
8. Received cheque from Harit of Rs. 9, 600 in full settlement. 
9. Shares were purchased for Rs. 15, 000. 
10. Rent paid for 15 months Rs. 60, 000. 
Show an accounting equation and also prepare the balance sheet.    12 
 
Q 14: Distinction between Book keeping and Accounting on the basis of Scope.   1 
 
Q 15: Two example of Fictions Assets.        1 
 
Q 16: What is Revenue expenditures.        1 
 
 
 
 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 2            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chaudhary started a business of buying and selling of gift boxes with Rs. 3, 50, 000 as an initial 
investment. Of which he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of gift boxes and Rs. 50, 000 for 
computer. He sold some of the gifts for Rs. 1, 50, 000 for cash and some other gifts for Rs. 75, 000 on 
credit to Mr. Chawla. 
Subsequently, he bought gift boxes of Rs. 1, 00, 000 from Mr. Shubham. In the first week of the next 
month, there was a fire accident and he lost Rs. 50, 000 worth of gifts. Later on, some gifts which 
costed Rs. 60, 000 was sold for Rs. 65, 000. Expenses paid during the same period were Rs. 5, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions: 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chaudhary started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. What are the fixed assets he bought? 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of gross profit when opening stock = Rs. 18, 000, purchases = Rs. 78, 000, cost of 
goods sold (merchandising cost) = Rs. 1, 06, 000 and sales = Rs. 1, 49, 000?   1 
a. Rs. 53, 000  b. Rs. 43, 000  c. Rs. 17, 000 (Loss)         d. Rs. 53, 000 (Loss). 
 
Q 3: What is the amount of gross profit when net purchases = Rs. 50, 000, Net sales = Rs. 80, 000 and Sales 
returns = Rs. 10, 000?         1 
a. Rs. 30, 000  b. Rs. 20, 000  c. Rs. 70, 000   d. Rs. 40, 000. 
 
Q 4: What is gross profit?         1 
Q 5: If Sale is Rs. 3, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 1/5
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 6, 50, 000. Gross profit is 30% on cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end         
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
20, 000 
60, 000 
40, 000 
70, 000 
1/4 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 16, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 40, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 1, 20, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 12, 00, 000.      3 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 1            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chawla started a business of buying and selling of mobile phones and invested Rs. 5, 00, 000 on 
1.4.2011. 
On 20.4.2011 he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of mobile phones and Rs. 75, 000 for furniture. 
On 1.5.2011, he purchased some stationery for Rs. 10, 000 in cash and sold some mobile phones for 
Rs. 1, 50, 000 on credit to Mr. Bhushan. After a period of one month, he purchased mobile phones of 
Rs. 1, 60, 000 from Mr. Chaudhary. Expenses during the same period were Rs. 20, 000. On 31.7.2011 
mobile phones worth Rs. 40, 000 were lost by fire. 
During September 2011 to December 2011, a part of stock of mobile phones which costed Rs. 50, 000 
was sold for Rs. 70, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions:- 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chawla started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor for the business and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. Give the name and cost of fixed asset bought by the business enterprise. 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of net profit when merchandising cost = Rs. 21, 650; expenses of doing business 
(operating expenses) = Rs. 480 and sales = Rs. 24, 900?     1 
a. Rs. 2, 770  b. Rs. 3, 250  c. Rs. 47, 030  d. Rs. 21, 170. 
Q 3: What is the amount of ‘expenses of doing business’ (operating expenses) when Sales = Rs. 1, 50, 000, 
Gross Profit = Rs. 15, 000 Net loss = Rs. 4, 000?      1 
a. Rs. 11, 000  b. Rs. 1, 31, 000  c. Rs. 19, 000  d. Rs. 1, 65, 000. 
Q 4: What is net Profit?         1 
Q 5: If sales Rs. 2, 00, 000. Gross profit is 1/4
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 4, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 28% on Cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end        
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
10, 000 
30, 000 
20, 000 
35, 000 
1/3 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 8, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 20, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 60, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 6, 10, 000.       3 
 
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Q 9: Give transaction which will 
1. Decrease the asset and decrease the capital.  
2. Increase the asset and increase the capital. 
3. Decrease the assets and decrease the liabilities. 
4. Increase the assets and increase the liabilities.      2 
 
Q 10: A businessman commenced his business on 1
st
 April, 2011 with the assets having value of Rs. 3,20,000 
and liabilities owing to outsiders Rs. 20, 000. During the year, he suffered a loss of Rs. 30, 000 and 
had withdrawn Rs. 30, 000 from his business. Calculate the value of its capital as on 31
st
 march, 2012. 
Also find the value of closing assets on that date.      3 
 
Q 11: Neetu started a business with cash Rs. 1, 20, 000. In respect of his business, following transactions 
were recorded:     Rs. 
1. Purchased goods on credit   32, 500 
2. Paid wages       2, 500 
3. Withdrew for personal use   21, 600 
4. Paid to creditors in full settlement  32, 000 
5. Purchased furniture for     2, 510 
6. Telephone charges paid   18, 000 
Show an accounting equation on the basis of above transactions.    6 
 
Q 12: From the following calculate net worth. 
1. Creditors equity Rs. 1, 25, 000. 2. Total equity Rs. 2, 50, 000.   1 
 
Q 13: Sanjay commenced business on 1.4.2010 with cash Rs. 8, 00, 000. The following transactions were 
entered into by him during the year. 
1. Opened a account in PNB with Rs. 80, 000. 
2. Goods destroyed by fire costing Rs. 6, 000 (Selling price Rs. 6, 900). 
3. Goods purchased from Ghanshyam Rs. 56, 000. 
4. Donated goods costing Rs. 2, 000 to a charitable trust. 
5. Received commission Rs. 4, 000. 
6. Withdrew Rs. 7, 000 for personal use. 
7. Sold goods to Harit (costing 8, 000) for Rs. 9, 800. 
8. Received cheque from Harit of Rs. 9, 600 in full settlement. 
9. Shares were purchased for Rs. 15, 000. 
10. Rent paid for 15 months Rs. 60, 000. 
Show an accounting equation and also prepare the balance sheet.    12 
 
Q 14: Distinction between Book keeping and Accounting on the basis of Scope.   1 
 
Q 15: Two example of Fictions Assets.        1 
 
Q 16: What is Revenue expenditures.        1 
 
 
 
 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 2            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chaudhary started a business of buying and selling of gift boxes with Rs. 3, 50, 000 as an initial 
investment. Of which he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of gift boxes and Rs. 50, 000 for 
computer. He sold some of the gifts for Rs. 1, 50, 000 for cash and some other gifts for Rs. 75, 000 on 
credit to Mr. Chawla. 
Subsequently, he bought gift boxes of Rs. 1, 00, 000 from Mr. Shubham. In the first week of the next 
month, there was a fire accident and he lost Rs. 50, 000 worth of gifts. Later on, some gifts which 
costed Rs. 60, 000 was sold for Rs. 65, 000. Expenses paid during the same period were Rs. 5, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions: 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chaudhary started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. What are the fixed assets he bought? 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of gross profit when opening stock = Rs. 18, 000, purchases = Rs. 78, 000, cost of 
goods sold (merchandising cost) = Rs. 1, 06, 000 and sales = Rs. 1, 49, 000?   1 
a. Rs. 53, 000  b. Rs. 43, 000  c. Rs. 17, 000 (Loss)         d. Rs. 53, 000 (Loss). 
 
Q 3: What is the amount of gross profit when net purchases = Rs. 50, 000, Net sales = Rs. 80, 000 and Sales 
returns = Rs. 10, 000?         1 
a. Rs. 30, 000  b. Rs. 20, 000  c. Rs. 70, 000   d. Rs. 40, 000. 
 
Q 4: What is gross profit?         1 
Q 5: If Sale is Rs. 3, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 1/5
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 6, 50, 000. Gross profit is 30% on cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end         
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
20, 000 
60, 000 
40, 000 
70, 000 
1/4 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 16, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 40, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 1, 20, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 12, 00, 000.      3 
 
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Q 9: Give at least one example each of the following effects. 
1. Decrease in assets, decrease in liabilities. 
2. Decrease in assets, decrease in owner’s capital. 
3. Increase in one liability, decrease in another liability. 
4. Decrease in liabilities, increase in owner’s capital.     2 
 
Q 10: Calculate the amount withdrawn by Sunil (Proprietor) and total assets in the following case: 
He started business with cash of Rs. 1, 50, 000 as on 1
st
 April, 2011. During the year, he suffered a 
loss of Rs. 20, 000. On 31
st
 March, 2012 his capital stood at Rs. 1, 20, 000, Bills payable at Rs. 10, 000 
and bank Loan at Rs. 10, 000.        3 
 
Q 11: Arun commenced a business on 1
st
 April, 2011 with cash Rs. 7, 00, 000. Besides this, the following 
transactions were entered into by him during the year: 
1. Goods purchased from Sunil Rs. 28, 000. 
2. Opened a new account in SBI with Rs. 1, 00, 000. 
3. Securities (investments) were purchased for Rs. 10, 000. 
4. Sold goods to Harilal (costing Rs. 6, 000) for Rs. 6, 700. 
5. Received cheque from Harilal of Rs. 6, 600 in full settlement. 
6. Withdrew Rs. 5, 000 for personal use. 
7. Donated goods costing Rs. 1, 000 to a charitable trust. 
8. Received commission Rs. 2, 000. 
9. Goods destroyed (sale price Rs. 3, 000) during flood costing Rs. 2, 500. 
10. Rent paid for 15 months Rs. 90, 000. 
Show an accounting equation on the basis of above transactions. Also prepare the Balance sheet. 
            12 
Q 12: Smart started business with cash Rs. 2, 00, 000. In respect of his business. Following transactions 
were recorded: 
1. Purchased furniture for Rs. 5, 200. 
2. Purchased goods on credit Rs. 65, 000. 
3. Paid salary Rs. 6, 000. 
4. Telephone charge paid Rs. 10, 000. 
5. Withdrew for personal use Rs. 33, 200. 
6. Paid to creditors in full settlement Rs. 63, 000. 
Show an accounting equation.        6 
 
Q 13: From the following calculate net worth. 
1. Total equity Rs. 5, 00, 000   2. Creditors equity Rs. 2, 50, 000  1 
 
Q 14: What is the difference between Book keeping and Accounting on the basis of objective  1 
 
Q 15: Two examples of Wasting Assets.        1 
 
Q 16: What is Deferred Revenue Expenditure.       1 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 1            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chawla started a business of buying and selling of mobile phones and invested Rs. 5, 00, 000 on 
1.4.2011. 
On 20.4.2011 he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of mobile phones and Rs. 75, 000 for furniture. 
On 1.5.2011, he purchased some stationery for Rs. 10, 000 in cash and sold some mobile phones for 
Rs. 1, 50, 000 on credit to Mr. Bhushan. After a period of one month, he purchased mobile phones of 
Rs. 1, 60, 000 from Mr. Chaudhary. Expenses during the same period were Rs. 20, 000. On 31.7.2011 
mobile phones worth Rs. 40, 000 were lost by fire. 
During September 2011 to December 2011, a part of stock of mobile phones which costed Rs. 50, 000 
was sold for Rs. 70, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions:- 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chawla started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor for the business and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. Give the name and cost of fixed asset bought by the business enterprise. 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of net profit when merchandising cost = Rs. 21, 650; expenses of doing business 
(operating expenses) = Rs. 480 and sales = Rs. 24, 900?     1 
a. Rs. 2, 770  b. Rs. 3, 250  c. Rs. 47, 030  d. Rs. 21, 170. 
Q 3: What is the amount of ‘expenses of doing business’ (operating expenses) when Sales = Rs. 1, 50, 000, 
Gross Profit = Rs. 15, 000 Net loss = Rs. 4, 000?      1 
a. Rs. 11, 000  b. Rs. 1, 31, 000  c. Rs. 19, 000  d. Rs. 1, 65, 000. 
Q 4: What is net Profit?         1 
Q 5: If sales Rs. 2, 00, 000. Gross profit is 1/4
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 4, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 28% on Cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end        
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
10, 000 
30, 000 
20, 000 
35, 000 
1/3 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 8, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 20, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 60, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 6, 10, 000.       3 
 
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Q 9: Give transaction which will 
1. Decrease the asset and decrease the capital.  
2. Increase the asset and increase the capital. 
3. Decrease the assets and decrease the liabilities. 
4. Increase the assets and increase the liabilities.      2 
 
Q 10: A businessman commenced his business on 1
st
 April, 2011 with the assets having value of Rs. 3,20,000 
and liabilities owing to outsiders Rs. 20, 000. During the year, he suffered a loss of Rs. 30, 000 and 
had withdrawn Rs. 30, 000 from his business. Calculate the value of its capital as on 31
st
 march, 2012. 
Also find the value of closing assets on that date.      3 
 
Q 11: Neetu started a business with cash Rs. 1, 20, 000. In respect of his business, following transactions 
were recorded:     Rs. 
1. Purchased goods on credit   32, 500 
2. Paid wages       2, 500 
3. Withdrew for personal use   21, 600 
4. Paid to creditors in full settlement  32, 000 
5. Purchased furniture for     2, 510 
6. Telephone charges paid   18, 000 
Show an accounting equation on the basis of above transactions.    6 
 
Q 12: From the following calculate net worth. 
1. Creditors equity Rs. 1, 25, 000. 2. Total equity Rs. 2, 50, 000.   1 
 
Q 13: Sanjay commenced business on 1.4.2010 with cash Rs. 8, 00, 000. The following transactions were 
entered into by him during the year. 
1. Opened a account in PNB with Rs. 80, 000. 
2. Goods destroyed by fire costing Rs. 6, 000 (Selling price Rs. 6, 900). 
3. Goods purchased from Ghanshyam Rs. 56, 000. 
4. Donated goods costing Rs. 2, 000 to a charitable trust. 
5. Received commission Rs. 4, 000. 
6. Withdrew Rs. 7, 000 for personal use. 
7. Sold goods to Harit (costing 8, 000) for Rs. 9, 800. 
8. Received cheque from Harit of Rs. 9, 600 in full settlement. 
9. Shares were purchased for Rs. 15, 000. 
10. Rent paid for 15 months Rs. 60, 000. 
Show an accounting equation and also prepare the balance sheet.    12 
 
Q 14: Distinction between Book keeping and Accounting on the basis of Scope.   1 
 
Q 15: Two example of Fictions Assets.        1 
 
Q 16: What is Revenue expenditures.        1 
 
 
 
 
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PUNEET COLLEGE 
TEST NO – 1 (2013 – 14) 
BASIC ACCOUNTING TERS AND 
ACCOUNTING EQUATION  
 12
TH
 MAY, 13 
TIME – 1 Hr 30 Min            SET – 2            MM ? 46 
 
Q 1: Mr. Chaudhary started a business of buying and selling of gift boxes with Rs. 3, 50, 000 as an initial 
investment. Of which he paid Rs. 2, 00, 000 for the purchase of gift boxes and Rs. 50, 000 for 
computer. He sold some of the gifts for Rs. 1, 50, 000 for cash and some other gifts for Rs. 75, 000 on 
credit to Mr. Chawla. 
Subsequently, he bought gift boxes of Rs. 1, 00, 000 from Mr. Shubham. In the first week of the next 
month, there was a fire accident and he lost Rs. 50, 000 worth of gifts. Later on, some gifts which 
costed Rs. 60, 000 was sold for Rs. 65, 000. Expenses paid during the same period were Rs. 5, 000. 
 With the help of the above information, answer the following questions: 
1. What is the amount of capital with which Mr. Chaudhary started the business? 
2. What is the total amount of expenses? 
3. Who is the debtor and what is the amount receivable from him? 
4. Who is the creditor and what is the amount payable to him? 
5. What are the fixed assets he bought? 
6. What is the total value of the goods purchased?     6 
 
Q 2: What is the amount of gross profit when opening stock = Rs. 18, 000, purchases = Rs. 78, 000, cost of 
goods sold (merchandising cost) = Rs. 1, 06, 000 and sales = Rs. 1, 49, 000?   1 
a. Rs. 53, 000  b. Rs. 43, 000  c. Rs. 17, 000 (Loss)         d. Rs. 53, 000 (Loss). 
 
Q 3: What is the amount of gross profit when net purchases = Rs. 50, 000, Net sales = Rs. 80, 000 and Sales 
returns = Rs. 10, 000?         1 
a. Rs. 30, 000  b. Rs. 20, 000  c. Rs. 70, 000   d. Rs. 40, 000. 
 
Q 4: What is gross profit?         1 
Q 5: If Sale is Rs. 3, 00, 000. Gross Profit is 1/5
th
 on cost. Find out cost of goods sold.  2 
Q 6: If cost is Rs. 6, 50, 000. Gross profit is 30% on cost. Find out sale.    2 
Q 7:  Calculate stock at the end         
Stock in the beginning 
Cash sale 
Credit sale 
Purchases 
Rate of Gross profit on cost 
20, 000 
60, 000 
40, 000 
70, 000 
1/4 
            3 
Q 8: Calculate Gross Profit when total purchases during the years are Rs. 16, 00, 000 
 Return outward Rs. 40, 000 
 Direct Expenses Rs. 1, 20, 000 
 2/3 of the goods are sold for Rs. 12, 00, 000.      3 
 
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Q 9: Give at least one example each of the following effects. 
1. Decrease in assets, decrease in liabilities. 
2. Decrease in assets, decrease in owner’s capital. 
3. Increase in one liability, decrease in another liability. 
4. Decrease in liabilities, increase in owner’s capital.     2 
 
Q 10: Calculate the amount withdrawn by Sunil (Proprietor) and total assets in the following case: 
He started business with cash of Rs. 1, 50, 000 as on 1
st
 April, 2011. During the year, he suffered a 
loss of Rs. 20, 000. On 31
st
 March, 2012 his capital stood at Rs. 1, 20, 000, Bills payable at Rs. 10, 000 
and bank Loan at Rs. 10, 000.        3 
 
Q 11: Arun commenced a business on 1
st
 April, 2011 with cash Rs. 7, 00, 000. Besides this, the following 
transactions were entered into by him during the year: 
1. Goods purchased from Sunil Rs. 28, 000. 
2. Opened a new account in SBI with Rs. 1, 00, 000. 
3. Securities (investments) were purchased for Rs. 10, 000. 
4. Sold goods to Harilal (costing Rs. 6, 000) for Rs. 6, 700. 
5. Received cheque from Harilal of Rs. 6, 600 in full settlement. 
6. Withdrew Rs. 5, 000 for personal use. 
7. Donated goods costing Rs. 1, 000 to a charitable trust. 
8. Received commission Rs. 2, 000. 
9. Goods destroyed (sale price Rs. 3, 000) during flood costing Rs. 2, 500. 
10. Rent paid for 15 months Rs. 90, 000. 
Show an accounting equation on the basis of above transactions. Also prepare the Balance sheet. 
            12 
Q 12: Smart started business with cash Rs. 2, 00, 000. In respect of his business. Following transactions 
were recorded: 
1. Purchased furniture for Rs. 5, 200. 
2. Purchased goods on credit Rs. 65, 000. 
3. Paid salary Rs. 6, 000. 
4. Telephone charge paid Rs. 10, 000. 
5. Withdrew for personal use Rs. 33, 200. 
6. Paid to creditors in full settlement Rs. 63, 000. 
Show an accounting equation.        6 
 
Q 13: From the following calculate net worth. 
1. Total equity Rs. 5, 00, 000   2. Creditors equity Rs. 2, 50, 000  1 
 
Q 14: What is the difference between Book keeping and Accounting on the basis of objective  1 
 
Q 15: Two examples of Wasting Assets.        1 
 
Q 16: What is Deferred Revenue Expenditure.       1 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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+1 ACC TEST NO – 01 BASIC ACCOUNTING TERMS & 
ACCOUNTING EQUATIONS SOLUTION SET – 1 (12
TH
 MAY, 2013) 
 
Ans 1:  
1. Rs. 5, 00, 000 
2. Rs. 30, 000 
3. Mr. Bhushan Rs. 1, 50, 000 
4. Mr. Chaudhary Rs. 1, 60, 000 
5. Furniture Rs. 75, 000 
6. Rs. 3, 60, 000. 
 
Ans 2: GP  = 24, 900 – 21, 650 = 3, 250 
 NP = 3, 250 – 480 = 2, 770    
 Ans: (a) 
 
Ans 3: (c) 
 
Ans 4: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ans 5: Rs. 1, 60, 000 [GP = 40, 000; COGs = 1, 60, 000] 
 
Ans 6: Rs. 5, 12, 000 [GP = 1, 12, 000; Sales = 5, 12, 000] 
 
Ans 7: Sales = 1 + 1/3 = 4/3 
 4/3 = 1  X ¾ X 50, 000 = 37, 500 
 37, 500 = 10, 000 + 35, 000 + 0 + CS 
 CS = 45, 000 – 37, 500 = 7, 500. 
 GP = Rs. 12, 500; COGS Rs. 37, 500; Cost Rs. 7, 500. 
 
Ans 8: COGS = OS + NP + DE – CS 
  = Nil + 7, 80, 000 + 60, 000 – 2, 80, 000 = 5, 60, 000 
 GP = 6, 10, 000 – 5, 60, 000 = 50, 000. 
 Cost Rs. 2, 80, 000; COGS Rs. 5, 60, 000; GP Rs. 50, 000 
 
Ans 9: 1.    Drawings or Stock / Assets sold at a loss or any other example. 
2. Fresh Capital or Goods sold at a profit. 
3. B/P or Creditors or Loan Paid. 
4. Loan taken or Goods purchased on credit. 
 
Ans 10: Opening Capital  = 3, 20, 000 – 20, 000 = 3, 00, 000 
 Closing Capital  = 3, 00, 000  
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