Business Economics BBA

Business Economics BBA

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1              State and explain Circular Flow of Income and Expenditure.

2              Describe the Price and Output Determination under Monopoly.

3              Critically examine the Liquidity Preference Theory of Interest.

4              Describe  Price  and  Output  Determination  under  Monopolistic Competition.

5              State and explain importance and limitations of Micro Economics.

6              What is an Economic problem? Give examples.

7              Explain the law of supply.

8              Explain the Revenue concepts. Prepare a Revenue Schedule and draw curves.

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Case study

Marks – 10

Case Study: Government intervention

In  Germany  in  2009  there  was  considerable  debate  about  the  extent  to  which  the government should be intervening in the economy.

 For example, its citizens were worried about the future of Opel, a German car brand that was part of the ailing General Motors. Some  wanted  the  government  to  make  sure  jobs  were  saved  no  matter  what.  Others,  however, were more hesitant and worried about becoming the government becoming too interventionist.  Traditionally  since  the  Second  World  War  the  German  government  has seen  itself  as  a  referee  in  market  issues  and  has  avoided  trying  to  control  parts  of  the  economy.  It  would  regulate  anti-competitive  behaviour,  for  example,  but  not  try  to  run many industries. However in the recession of 2009 when the economy was shrinking the government was forced to spend more to stimulate demand and had to intervene heavily to  save  the  banking  sector  from  collapse.  The  government  also  had  to  offer  aid  to  businesses to keep them alive.

Q.No 1: What are the possible benefits of a government intervening in an economy?

Q.No 2: What prompted greater intervention by the German government in 2009?

Q.No 3: What would determine whether the German continued to intervene on this scale in the future?

Q4. Arguments against government intervention in an economy:

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Q1. Customers are normally classified as part of a firm’s:

 (A): contextual environment.

 (B): internal environment.

 (C): operational environment.

 (D): general environment.

Q2. Microeconomic influences are defined as those which:

 (A): affect smaller businesses.

 (B): are related to changes in economic aggregates.

 (C): operate at the level of the firm, industry or market.

 (D): operate on an economy-wide basis.

Q3. Economic scarcity refers to:

 (A): a general shortage of goods available for consumption.

 (B): shortages of a particular good available for consumption.

 (C): finite demands for resources coupled with infinite resources.

 (D): infinite demands for resources coupled with finite resources.

Q4. If the government has an extra £5billion to spend on healthcare or education over the next 2 years and chooses to spend it on healthcare, then the ‘real cost’ of this decision is:

 (A): £2.5 billion per year of extra spending.

 (B): £5 billion spent on healthcare.

 (C): £5billion spent on healthcare divided by the size of the population.

 (D): £5 billion not spent on education.

Q5. An economy in which most decisions on resource allocation are taken by the government is known as:

 (A): a capitalist economy.

 (B): a command economy.

 (C): a free enterprise economy.

 (D): a market-based economy.

Q6. Which of the following does not necessarily apply to a market?

 (A): It involves the processes of demand and supply.

 (B): It is found in a given geographical location.

 (C): It involves interaction between buyers and sellers.

 (D): It is a mechanism designed to effect exchange.

Q7. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of the process of outsourcing?

 (A): It results in the sharing of risk between both companies.

 (B): It allows the outsourcing company complete control over production.

 (C): It can cuts production costs for the outsourcing company.

 (D): It allows the outsourcing firm to concentrate on it’s core competencies.

Q8. Which of the following is NOT TRUE of a public limited company?

 (A): There has to be a minimum of 2 shareholders.

 (B): There has to be a minimum of £50,000 of authorized share capital.

 (C): There has to be 1 director.

 (D): A certificate is needed from the Registrar of Companies.

Q9. When a company outsources production but the employees of the sub-contractor company do not put in sufficient effort, this is an example of:

 (A): division of labour.

 (B): vertical integration.

 (C): adverse selection.

 (D): moral hazard.

Q 10. If you hired a painter to decorate your house, you would be:

 (A): the principal.

 (B): an intermediary.

 (C): the agent.

 (D): a network.

Q 11. Vertical integration refers to the process:

 (A): where a company undertakes successive stages of the production process.

 (B): where a company diversifies into other markets.

 (C): where a company opens a branch overseas.

 (D): where production takes place as part of a team.

Q 12. In the Resource Based View of the firm the firms’ resources are divided into three types. Which of the following is NOT one of those types?

 (A): Physical capital resources.

 (B): Organisational capital resources.

 (C): Land physical resources.

 (D): Human capital resources.

Q 13. Which of the following would make a firm MORE likely to outsource an activity?

 (A): The activity is standardised.

 (B): The activity is very important for the organisation.

 (C): Specific assets are required for the activity.

 (D): The activity took place only infrequently.

Q 14. Which of the following is NOT an organisational structure recognized by the theoretical literature?

 (A): Divisional structure.

 (B): Government organisation.

 (C): Functional organisation.

 (D): Matrix organisation.

Q 15. A demand function for a product is constructed on the assumption that all the following remain constant except:

 (A): the price of alternative goods.

 (B): consumers’ tastes.

 (C): disposable income.

 (D): the price of the product.

Q 16. Which of the following would shift the demand curve for a specific brand of ice-cream to the left?

 (A): A fall in the price of the above brand.

 (B): The onset of hot weather.

 (C): A fall in the price of a rival brand.

 (D): An increase in disposable income.

Q 17. Which of the below conditions will result in the appearance of a ‘Giffen Good’?

 (A): The good is inferior.

 (B): The good is inferior and following a fall in price the income effect is greater than the substitution effect.

 (C): The good is seen as unpopular.

 (D): The good takes up a relatively small amount of consumers’ disposable income.

Q 18. If other things remain constant, how will an increase in the price of paint most likely affect the demand for and the price of paintbrushes?

 (A): Demand will decrease, but price will increase.

 (B): Both demand and price will decrease.

 (C): Demand will increase, but price will decrease.

 (D): Both demand and price will increase.

Q 19. A likely cause of the market supply curve shifting to the right would be:

 (A): an improvement in productivity.

 (B): businesses becoming less confident of the future economic climate.

 (C): the rise in the market price of substitute products.

 (D): a rise in the price of factor inputs

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Q 20. In a short run productive situation where more units of labour are combined with a fixed amount of capital, the value of the marginal product of labour will decline because:

 (A): the fixed factor becomes over utilised.

 (B): the workers just aren’t working hard enough.

 (C): the fixed factor is under utilised.

 (D): the cost of capital is rising.

Q 21. Which of the following would be seen as a short run variable cost for a shoe manufacturer?

 (A): Electricity for running the machines.

 (B): Loans taken out to buy the machines.

 (C): Business rates on the factory.

 (D): The fee paid to an advertising agency.

Q 22. The short run average total cost curve is minimised when:

 (A): average fixed cost has stopped declining.

 (B): average variable cost is also at a minimum.

 (C): the fall in average fixed cost is balanced by the rise in short run average variable cost.

 (D): the firm is producing with spare capacity.

Q 23. If the firm is maximising profit, which of the below is true?

 (A): Output is such that average revenue and average cost are furthest apart.

 (B): Total revenue is maximised.

 (C): Total cost equals total revenue.

 (D): Average cost is minimised.

Q 24. The firm should shut down in the short run if:

 (A): total revenue only just covers variable costs.

 (B): losses would be greater than fixed costs.

 (C): only making normal profit.

 (D): demand is falling.

Q 25. Which of the following would you expect to increase as a result of a very small increase in output? a) Raw materials b) Indirect labour c) Depreciation

 (A): a, b & c.

 (B): a & b only.

 (C): a only.

 (D): b & c only.

Q 26. The concept of ‘economies of scope’ is best characterised as the firm:

 (A): being able of easily exit the industry if demand where to fall.

 (B): having the capability of producing a range of output.

 (C): having a vision as to the future.

 (D): being able to produce a single product at lowest possible cost.

Q 27. The ‘long run’ is a production period during which:

 (A): all inputs can be varied.

 (B): most inputs can be varied.

 (C): all inputs can be varied other than plant size.

 (D): at least one input is fixed in quantity.

Q 28. The divorce of ownership from control refers to the:

 (A): demise of the joint-stock company.

 (B): power of shareholders over management.

 (C): observation that managers are unlikely to be shareholders.

 (D): observation that shareholders as owners delegate the running of the firm to managers.

Q 29. In Baumol’s model, the size of the profit constraint faced by an individual firm is likely to be relatively high in all the below cases with the exception of when:

 (A): the overall state of the market is buoyant.

 (B): profits declared by the firm in previous time periods were high.

 (C): profits made by rival firms are increasing.

 (D): the number of shareholders increase as major current shareholders release their shares.

Q 30.Consumer surplus comes about as a result of:

 (A): consumers having a strong desire for the good.

 (B): the consumer having an excess of disposable income.

 (C): the producer charging a different price for each unit consumed.

 (D): the consumer being willing to pay more than the market price.

Q 31.The value of price elasticity as price falls on a downward sloping linear demand curve that starts at a point on the price axis and finishes at a point on the quantity axis:

 (A): is always elastic so long as the curve is relatively shallow.

 (B): will become increasingly less elastic as you move down the curve.

 (C): is constant due to the linearity of the demand curve.

 (D): is always inelastic so long as the slope of the demand curve is relatively steep.

Q 32. The price elasticity of demand for a product will be lower:

 (A): the greater the proportion of income spent on the product.

 (B): the smaller the number of close complements.

(C): the smaller the number of close substitutes.

 (D): the higher the initial price.

Q 33. As the price of cinema tickets increases a study shows the value of price cross elasticity of demand between cinema attendance and popcorn consumption to be equal to + 1.5. Which of the following statements is true?

 (A): Cinema attendance and popcorn consumption are seen as substitutes.

 (B): The demand curve for cinema attendance will have shifted to the left.

 (C): The demand curve for popcorn will have shifted to the right.

 (D): If the price of popcorn had increased rather than the price of cinema admission then the price cross elasticity of demand would almost certainly have a lower value than + 1.5.

Q 34. A study shows the price elasticity of demand for the purchase of tickets to travel on a specific bus route to be price inelastic to a value of 0.7. Which of the below statements is untrue?

 (A): Price elasticity is likely to be higher during those hours when customers must use the service to travel to work.

 (B): An increase in price of 10% would lead to a fall in demand of 7%.

 (C): If a rival bus company providing a similar service at a similar price along the same route were to close, the above elasticity would almost certainly fall.

 (D): By decreasing price the company would loose revenue.

Q 35. If the profit constraint in Baumol’s model were to rise, which of the below are untrue?

 (A): To counter the necessity to make more profit the firm will increase sales by lowering price.

 (B): Price charged rises if the constraint were ‘operative’.

 (C): There would be no impact upon price so long as the constraint remained ‘inoperative’.

 (D): Total revenue falls if the constraint were ‘operative’.

Q 36. The impact of an increase in variable cost in Baumol’s model with an ‘operative’ profit constraint is that the:

 (A): firm may raise price and decrease output, yet would do so to a relatively lesser degree than a profit maximising firm in a similar situation.

 (B): firm is able to ignore the change in cost and maintain price.

 (C): firm will have to raise price.

 (D): firm will decrease price to increase sales to meet the higher profit.

Q 37. A ‘discretionary investment’ in Williamson’s model represents:

 (A): a way of spending surplus profit.

 (B): a gift by managers to shareholders by means of an additional dividend.

 (C): an additional investment undertaken by managers in excess of that required for the normal operation of the firm.

 (D): a free and anonymous gift by managers to charity.

Q 38. ‘Organisation slack’ exists in an organisation when:

 (A): sales are in decline.

 (B): shareholders do not have sufficient knowledge and expertise to correctly monitor the performance of managers.

 (C): a profit constraint is thought to be too high by both managers and shareholders.

 (D): costs are higher than necessary for a given level of activity.

Q 39. In Marris’s model the goals of managers and shareholders are seen to be more compatible than in other managerial theories because:

 (A): shareholders are seen to be more influential over management than in other models.

 (B): managers and shareholders both derive benefit from the growth of the firm.

 (C): shareholders are seen to be so lacking in real information as to how the firm should be run they are always satisfied with the performance of management.

 (D): management is seen to be more fragmented and less powerful.

Q 40. The essential feature of a Behavioural Theory of the firm is that:

 (A): the various groups or stakeholders within the firm all work harmoniously together to their mutual benefit.

 (B): emphasis is placed upon the complexity of organisations and the differing interests of its stakeholders.

 (C): shareholders are seen to be more influential over management.

 (D): profit is seen to be less important than in other theories.

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Business Economics

Business Economics
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MODULE I : INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ECONOMICS
Case Study
Suppose that Russ has budgeted $20 a month to buy candy bars, music downloads, or some combination of each. If Russ buys only candy bars he can obtain 40 bars a month; if he buys only downloads, he can buy 20 a month.
Question 1: If an economy moves from producing 10 units of A and 4 units of B to producing 7 As and 5Bs, the opportunity cost of the 5th B is:
a. 7As
b. 10As
c. 3As
d. 1A

Question 2: In a free market the combination of products produced will be determined by:
a. Market forces of supply and demand
b. The government
c. The law
d. The public sector

Question 3: The basic economic problems will not be solved by:
a. Market forces
b. Government intervention
c. A mixture of government intervention and the free market
d. The creation of unlimited resources

Question 4: The sacrifice involved when you choose a particular course of action is called the:
a. Alternative
b. Opportunity cost
c. Consumer cost
d. Producer cost

Question 5: What is the opportunity cost of a candy bar?
a. 0.6
b. 0.2
c. 0.5
d. 0.6

Question 6: What is the opportunity cost of a music download?
a. 3
b. 2
c. 4
d. 5

Question 7: What is the price of a candy bar?
a. 20 cents
b. 50 cents
c. 40 cents
d. 10 cents

Question 8: What is the price of a music download?
a. $1
b. $3
c. $4
d. $5

Question 9: Which of the following is a normative statement in economics?
a. More spending by the government will reduce poverty
b. Higher taxes will lead to less desire to work
c. The UK economy is growing fast relative to other European Union members
d. The government should concentrate on reducing unemployment

Question 10: Which one of the following is not one of the basic economic questions?
a. What to produce
b. Who to produce for
c. How to produce
d. How to minimize economic growth
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MODULE II : DEMAND, SUPPLY AND EQUILIBRIUM
Case Study
Suppose that the government of Zanzi decides that there is a need to reduce cigarette smoking in their country. The cigarette market in Zanzi can currently be described by the following demand and supply equations:
Demand for cigarettes: Q = 1125 – 12.5P
Supply of cigarettes: Q = 1100P – 1100
The government proposes implementing a quantity control of 500 units: this quantity control would limit the number of cigarettes that could be sold in Zanzi to exactly 500 units. The government has asked you to evaluate this program by answering the following series of questions.

Question 1: Before implementing the quantity control, what is the equilibrium price of cigarettes in Zanzi?
a. $4
b. $2
c. $3
d. $7
Question 2: Before implementing the quantity control, what is the equilibrium quantity of cigarettes in Zanzi?
a. 700 cigarettes
b. 900 cigarettes
c. 1100 cigarettes
d. 800 cigarettes
Question 3: Before implementing the quantity control, what is the value of consumer surplus in the market for cigarettes in Zanzi?
a. $48,400
b. $48,200
c. $43,400
d. $38,400

Question 4: Before implementing the quantity control, what is the value of producer surplus in the market for cigarettes in Zanzi?
a. $220
b. $550
c. $5
d. $320
Question 5: Suppose the government implements the quantity control. What is the deadweight loss due to this program?
a. $13, 656
b. $14,565
c. $12,343
d. $12,345
Question 6: Suppose the government implements the quantity control. What is the value of consumer surplus with this program?
a. $6,000
b. $4,000
c. $10,000
d. $15,000

Question 7: Suppose the government implements the quantity control. What is the value of producer surplus with this program?
a. $113
b. $112
c. $123
d. $235

Question 8: Suppose the government implements the quantity control. What price must consumers pay in order to only demand 500 cigarettes in Zanzi?
a. $40
b. $30
c. $30
d. $50

Question 9: Suppose the government implements the quantity control. What price must producers receive in order to only supply 500 cigarettes in Zanzi? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
a. $1
b. $1
c. $2
d. $2
Question 10: Suppose the government implements the quantity control. What price will the government sell the right to sell a unit of cigarettes for in Zanzi if the government sets the quantity control at 500 cigarettes?
a. $49
b. $49
c. $55
d. $47

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MODULE III: PRODUCTION ANALYSIS
Case Study
Consider the Beiswanger Company, a small firm engaged in engineerng analysis. Beiswanger’s president has estimated that the firm’s output per month (Q) is related in the following way to the number of engineers € and technicians used (T): Q = 20E – E^2 + 12T – 0.5T^2 . The monthly wage of an engineer is $4,000, and the monthly wage of a technician is $2,000. President allots $28,000 per month for the combined wages of engineers and technicians.
Question 1: By re-stating the firm’s supply decision, we have the following:
a. if at the best production level ‘q*’ greater than the average variable cost, then the firm should choose to produce ‘q*’
b. if at the best production level ‘q*’ greater than the average fixed cost, then the firm should choose to produce ‘q*’
c. if at the best production level ‘q*’ less than the average variable cost, then the firm should choose to produce ‘q*’
d. if at the best production level ‘q*’ greater than the marginal cost, then the firm should choose to produce ‘q*’
Question 2: Diminishing marginal returns occurs when
a. when the opportunity cost the extra output increases
b. when the opportunity cost the extra output decreases
c. output remains constant as more of variable factor is added to a fixed factor, output initially increases, then peaks before finally declining
d. output declines as more of variable factor is added to a fixed factor, output initially increases, then peaks before finally declining
Question 3: If the president is to maximize output, he must choose a bundle of engineers and technicians such that
a. MP^e / P^e = MP^t / P^t
b. MP^e / P^t = MP^t / P^e
c. MP^t / P^e = MP^e / P^t
d. None of the above
Question 4: The firm should consider temporary shut down when:
Select one:
a. if at output ‘q*’, price is greater than average variable cost
b. if at output ‘q*’, price is equals average variable cost
c. if at output ‘q*’, price is less than average variable cost
d. if at output ‘q*’, price is greater than marginal cost
Question 5: Total costs are:
a. total fixed cost plus average variable costs
b. total fixed costs plus total variable costs
c. total average fixed costs plus total average variable costs
d. total costs plus opportunity costs
Question 6: What amount of engineers should be hired?
a. 2
b. 4
c. 6
d. 8
Question 7: What amount of technicians should be hired?
a. 4
b. 2
c. 6
d. 8

Question 8: What will be the calculated MP^e?
a. 10 – 2E
b. 20 – 2E
c. 30 – 3E
d. 16 – 3e
Question 9: What will be the calculated MP^t?
a. 12 – T
b. 13 – T
c. 22 – T
d. 15 – T
Question 10: What will be the value of T?
a. E – 2 (wrong answer)
b. E + 2
c. E – 6
d. E – 4

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MODULE IV : MARKET STRUCTURES
Case Study
Assume that two identical firms in a purely oligopolistic industry selling a homogenous product agree to share the maket equally. The total market demand function for the commodity is Qd = 240 – 10P. The cost schedules of the firms are given in the following table:

q1 40 50 60 80 q2 50 70 100
SMC1 (Rs.) 8 10 12 16 SMC1 (Rs.) 4 6 9
SAC1 (Rs.) 13 12.3 12 13 SAC1 (Rs.) 7 6 7

Question 1: Profits for this firm will be:
a. Rs. 420
b. Rs. 130 (wrong)
c. Rs. 350
d. Rs. 450
Question 2: When q1 = 40, What will be MR1?
a. 2
b. 8
c. 5
d. 4
Question 3: When q1 = 40, what will be the profit maximising output for the first firm?
a. 30
b. 60
c. 40
d. 20
Question 4: When q1 = 50, what will be MR1?
a. 7
b. 2
c. 4
d. 3
Question 5: When q1 = 60, what will be MR1?
a. 0
b. 2
c. 4
d. 6
Question 6: When q1 = 80, what will be MR1?
a. 7
b. -4
c. 5
d. -8
Question 7: When q2 = 100, then MR2 will be
a. 16
b. 32
c. -32
d. -16
Question 8: When q2 = 50, price at this level of output will be
a. 12
b. 14
c. 24
d. 32
Question 9: When q2 = 50, then MR2 will be
a. 2
b. 4
c. 5
d. 6
Question 10: When q2 = 70, then MR2 will be
a. 4
b. -9
c. -4
d. -5

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MODULE V : BUSINESS CYCLES
Case Study

The president of the Martin Company is considering two alternative investments, X and Y. If each investment is carried out, there are four possible outcomes. The present value of net profit and profitability of each outcome follow:
Investment X Investment Y
Outcome Net Present Value Probability Outcome Net Present value Probability
1 $ 20 million 0.2 A $ 12 million 0.1
2 8 million 0.3 B 9 million 0.3
3 10 million 0.4 C 6 million 0.1
4 3 million 0.1 D 11 million 0.5
Question 1: Risk management is responsibility of the
a. Customer
b. Investor
c. Developer
d. Project team
Question 2. The president of the Martin Company has the utility function U = 10 + 5P – 0.01 P^2. Which investment should she choose?
a. Investment x
b. nor investment X neither investment Y
c. Investment Y
d. None of the above
Question 3. What is the coefficient of variation of investment X?
Select one:
a. 37%
b. 23%
c. 47%
d. 65%
Question 4. What is the coefficient of variation of investment Y?
a. 37%
b. 23%
c. 47%
d. 18%
Question 5. What is the expected present value of investment X?
a. $ 6 million
b. $ 10.7 million
c. $ 4 million
d. $ 11.09 million
Question 6. What is the expected present value of investment Y?
a. $11 million
b. $ 9 million
c. $ 5 million
d. $ 7 million
Question 7. What is the standard deviation of investment X?
a. $ 5.06 million
b. $ 6 million
c. $ 5 million
d. $ 4 million
Question 8. What is the standard deviation of investment Y?
a. $ 5.06 million
b. $ 1.95 million
c. $ 5 million
d. $ 4 million

Question 9. Which investment is risker?
a. Investment X
b. Investment Y
c. Investment X and Y both
d. None of the above

Question 10. Which of the following technique will ensure that impact of risk will be less?
a. Risk avoidance technique
b. Risk Mitigation technique
c. Risk contingency technique
d. All of the above

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ASSIGNMENT 2
Case Study
The market for study desks is characterized by perfect competition. Firms and consumers are price takers and in the long run there is free entry and exit of firms in this industry. All firms are identical in terms of their technological capabilities. Thus the cost function as given below for a representative firm can be assumed to be the cost function faced by each firm in the industry. The total cost and marginal cost functions for the representative firm are given by the following equations:
TC = 2qs^2+ 5qs + 50
MC = 4qs + 5
Suppose that the market demand is given by:
PD = 1025 – 2QD
Note: Q represents market values and q represents firm values. The two are different.

Question 1: At the new long-run equilibrium, how many firms will be in the industry?
a. 32
b. 45
c. 150
d. 230
Question 2. At the new long-run equilibrium, what will be the output of each representative firm in the industry?
a. 4
b. 5
c. 3
d. 2
Question 3. Determine the equation for average total cost for the firm
a. 2qs + 2 + 50/qs
b. 2qs + 5 + 50/qs
c. 3qs + 5 + 50/qs
d. None of the above
Question 4. Determine the market quantity Q from the market demand curve, given that we know the above calculated market price.
a. 23
b. 504
c. 34
d. 89
Question 5. In the long-run given this technological advance, how many firms will there be in the industry?
a. 34
b. 84
c. 32
d. 56
Question 6. Now suppose that the number of students increases such that the market demand curve for study desks shifts out and is given by, PD = 1525 – 2QD . What will be the new long-run equilibrium price in this industry?
a. 25
b. 34
c. 23
d. 45
Question 7. Now, consider another scenario where technology advancement changes the cost functions of each representative firm. The market demand is still the original one (before the increase in the number of students). The new cost functions are: TC = qs^2+5qs + 36 MC = 2qs + 5 What will be the new equilibrium price?
a. 17
b. 4
c. 2
d. 6
Question 8. What is the long-run equilibrium price in this market?
a. 12
b. 14
c. 25
d. None of the above
Question 9. What is the long-run output of each representative firm in this industry?
a. 5
b. 3
c. 6
d. 7
Question 10. When this industry is in long-run equilibrium, how many firms are in the industry?
a. 3
b. 80
c. 40
d. 100

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Business Mathematics
Case Study
In order to find out the inverse of the matrices below, answer the questions associated.
Case Study 1.
A= [4 -2 1 7 3 3 2 0 1]
Case Study 2.
B= [1 2 -3 2 3 2 3 -3 -4]

Question 1: Based on Case study 1 – Determinant value of Matrix A = _____
a. 8
b. 5
c. 0
d. 14
Question 2: Based on Case study 1 – Matrix A is a ________ matrix
a. 2 x 3
b. 3 x 2
c. 2 x 2
d. None of these
Question 3: Based on Case study 1 – Matrix A is ______ matrix
a. singular
b. non – singular
c. degenerate
d. indeterminate
Question 4: Based on Case study 1 – The value of C_22 (second row second column entry) in the Co – factor matrix of A is ______
a. 0
b. 1
c. 2
d. None of these
Question 5: Based on Case study 1 – Which amongst the following is not required in order to get the inverse of matrix A?
a. Adjoint of A
b. Determinant of A
c. Transpose of A
d. All of these
Question 6: Based on Case study 2 – The sum of first row entries (i.e. a_11, a_12, a_13) in the adjoint matrix of A is _______
a. 39
b. 26
c. 19
d. 21
Question 7: Based on Case study 2 – The value of second row third column entry in the adjoint matrix of A is ______
a. -1
b. -8
c. 3
d. -6
Question 8: Based on Case study 2 – The value of third row and third column entry in the inverse matrix of A is ______
a. -0.25
b. -0.089285714
c. -0.014925373
d. -0.044776119
Question 9: Formula for finding inverse of A is ______
a. [1/det(A)] * adj A
b. [1/det(A)] ^ adj A
c. [1*det(A)] / adj A
d. None of these
Question 10: Relation between Co – Factors and Minors can be written as _________

a. C_ij = (-1)^(i-j). M_ji
b. C_ij = (-1)^(i-j). M_ij
c. C_ij = (-1)^(i+j). M_ij
d. C_ij = (-1)^(j-i). M_i+j

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MODULE II : DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS
Case Study
Case Study 1. Consider XYZ manufacturer’s total cost function is given as C(x)= 2x^2+3x+1000. Answer the questions associated with this information.
Case Study 2. A monopolist’s demand function is p = 300 – 5x. Answer the questions associated with this information.
Case Study 3. A company XYZ has cost function for ‘x’ number of units as C(x) = x^3-(15/2)x^2+18x+10
Question 1: Based on Case Study 1 – The average cost function of XYZ manufacturer is __________
a. 2x+3+(100)/x
b. 2x+3+(1000)/x
c. 2+3x+(1000)/x
d. None of these
Q 2 Based on Case Study 1 – The formula for finding average cost is __________
a. C(x) * x
b. C(x) / x
c. 754
d. 234

Q 3 Based on Case Study 1 – The Marginal cost function of XYZ manufacturer is __________
a. 2x + 3
b. 4x – 3
c. 4x + 3
d. 3x + 4

Q 4 Based on Case Study 1 – The Marginal cost when 5 units are produced is __________
a. 21
b. 22
c. 23
d. 24
Q 5 Based on Case Study 2 – Relationship between the slope of MR and AR can be explained by_______
a. slope of MR is twice the slope of AR
b. slope of MR is thrice the slope of AR
c. slope of AR is twice the slope of MR
d. None of these

Q 6 Based on Case Study 2 – The Marginal revenue function is __________
a. x / 30
b. 10x – 300
c. 300 – 10x
d. 300 + 10x
Q 7 Based on Case Study 2 – The marginal revenue is zero at the price_______
a. 150
b. 100
c. 200
d. 50

Q 8 Based on Case Study 3 – Average cost for the number of units which minimize the marginal cost is_______
a. 20
b. 22.45
c. 24
d. 26
Q 9 Based on Case Study 3 – Number of units for which the Marginal Cost is minimum is_______
a. 1
b. 2.5
c. 3
d. 5
Q 10 Based on Case Study 3 – Total cost for the number of units which minimise the marginal cost is_______
a. 9.5
b. 11
c. 9
d. None of these
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MODULE III: INTEGRAL CALCULUS
Case Study
Case Study 1. The marginal cost of producing x units of a commodity in a day is given as MC = 16x -1591. The selling price is fixed at Rs. 9 per unit and the fixed cost is Rs. 1,800 per day. Answer the questions associated with this information.
Case Study 2. A company suffers a loss of Rs. 560 if one of its product does not sell. Marginal revenue and Marginal cost functions for the product are given by MR = 170 – 25x and MC = -50 + 15x

Question 1: Based on Case Study 1 – Critical point for profit function can be found by equating dp/d to ______.
a. -1
b. 2
c. 1
d. 0

Question 2: Based on Case Study 1 – Critical point value for profit function is _______.
a. 120
b. 50
c. 99
d. 100

Question 3: Based on Case Study 1 – Determine the Cost function.
a. 8x^2 – 1591x + k
b. 4x^3 – 1591x + k
c. 8x^2 – 1580x + k
d. 8x^2 – 158x + k

Question 4: Based on Case Study 1 – Determine the maximum profit that can be attained in one day.
a. 67800
b. 78200
c. 76000
d. None of these

Question 5: Based on Case Study 1 – Determine the Profit Function.
a. -4x^2 + 1600x -1800
b. 8x^2 – 1600x -1800
c. -8x^2 + 1600x -1800
d. 8x^2 – 1600x +1800

Question 6: Based on Case Study 1 – Determine the Revenue function.
a. 9x
b. 2x
c. 15x
d. 3x

Question 7: Based on Case Study 2 – Determine the break even points.
a. x = 3 and x = 5
b. x = 4 and x = 7
c. x = 2 and x = 5
d. x = 5 and x = 9

Question 8: Based on Case Study 2 – Determine the total profit between the break even points.
a. 756
b. 825
c. 450
d. 945

Question 9: Based on Case Study 2 – Determine the total profit fucntion.
a. 220x + 20 x^2 -560
b. 220x – 20 x^2 + 560
c. 220x – 20 x^2 -560
d. None of these

Question 10: Based on Case Study 2 – The total profit between the break even points can be found by integrating the profit function between the limits of __________
a. break even points
b. 0 to 1
c. negative infinity to positive infinity
d. None of these

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MODULE IV : MATHEMATICS OF FINANCE
Case Study
Case Study 1. Considering an amount of Rs. 100 deposited in the account, answer the questions associated with this deposit.
Case Study 2. If the principle amount of Rs. X is to be invested at 8 % per annum, so that after four years the amount will be Rs. 5000. Answer the questions associated with the given information.

Question 1: Based of Case Study 1 – Considering & ___________ will be the amount
at the effective rate of interest 3 % per annum for 10 years, 4 % per annum for 4 years and 5 % per annum for 2 years & as base question , answer that what constant force of interest would produce the same amount after 16 years at the rate in thebase question?

a. 0.0228
b. 0.02
c. 0
d. 0

Q 2 Based of Case Study 1 – ___________ will be the amount at the rate of interest 12 % per annum compounded quarterly for 10 years.

a. 245
b. 267
c. 326
d. 259

Q 3 Based of Case Study 1 -___________ will be the amount at the effective rate of interest 3 % per annum for 10 years, 4 % per annum for 4 years and 5 % per annum for 2 years.

a. 173.33
b. 154.3
c. 139
d. 175

Q 4 Based of Case Study 1 -___________ will be the amount at the force of interest 3% per annum, for 3.5 years.

a. 324
b. 237
c. 111
d. 544

Q 5 Based of Case Study 1 -___________ will be the amount at the rate of interest
corresponding to 3 % per annum effective rate of discount for 8 years.

a. 127.59
b. 158
c. 159
d. 130
Q 6 Based of Case Study 2 – Formula for finding principle when interest
compounded continuously is _______

a. A*e^(r/t)
b. A/e^(r*t)
c. A*e^(r*t)
d. A^e*(r*t)

Q 7 Based of Case Study 2 – Formula for finding principle when interest
compounded annually is _______
a. A(1+r)^(-n)
b. P(1+r)^(-n)
c. A(1+r)^(n)
d. None of these

Q 8 Based of Case Study 2 – The amount of principle when the interest is
compounded annually is _______

a. 4292
b. 3675
c. 3209
d. 1789

Q 9 Based of Case Study 2 – The amount of principle when the interest is compounded quarterly is _______
a. 3989
b. 3287
c. 3642
d. 4300

Q 10 Based of Case Study 2 – The amount of principle when the interest is compounded continuously is _______
a. 3603.75
b. 3788.92
c. 3578
d. 3631

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MODULE V : LINEAR PROGRAMMING
Case Study
A company produce three type of electric components – Resistance, Capacitor and Inductor whose selling price per unit are Rs. 5, 7 and 10 respectively. All the components can be sold. The cost of raw form resistance, capacitor and inductor are Rs. 3, Rs. 4 and Rs. 6 respectively. Before selling these components, the company is required to polish, charge and shape them. The company possesses only of each type of machine. Cost per hour to run each of the three machines are Rs. 15 for polishing, Rs. 20 for charging and Rs. 25 for shaping. The capacities (parts per hour) for each part on each machine are shown in the following table.
Capacity per hour
Machine Resistance Capacitor Inductor
Polishing 35 25 30
Charging 15 30 30
Shaping 50 45 40
If x_1, x_2 and x_3 denotes the number of each type product to be produced per hour, answer the following question based on the problem above.
Question 1: Combined profit of the company from all three components to be maximised is _________
a. 0.26 x_1 + 1.17 x_2 + 2.2 x_3
b. 2 x_1 + 2.42 x_2 + 2.68 x_3
c. 2.2 x_1 + 0.26 x_2 + 1.17 x_2
d. None of these
Q 2 Constraint of the problem on the avaialability of charging machine is ________
a. x_1/25 + x_2/30 + x_3/45 less than or equal to 1
b. x_1/15 + x_2/30 + x_3/30 less than or equal to 1
c. 15/x_1 + 30/x_2 + 30/x_3 less than or equal to 1
d. x_1/15 + x_2/30 + x_3/30 less than 1
Q 3 Constraint of the problem on the avaialability of polishing machine is ________
a. x_1/35 + x_2/15 + x_3/50 less than or equal to 1
b. 35/x_1 + 25/x_2 + 30/x_3 less than or equal to 1
c. x_1/35 + x_2/25 + x_3/30 less than or equal to 1
d. x_1/35 + x_2/25 + x_3/30 less than 1
Q 4 Constraint of the problem on the avaialability of shaping machine is ________
a. x_1/30 + x_2/30 + x_3/40 less than or equal to 1
b. x_1/15 + x_2/45 + x_3/40 less than or equal to 1
c. 30/x_1 + 30/x_2 + 40/x_3 less than or equal to 1
d. x_1/15 + x_2/45 + x_3/40 less than 1
Q 5 Total cost of manufacturing per unit of capacitor is _____
a. 3.79
b. 7.6
c. 6
d. 8
Q 6 Total cost of manufacturing per unit of inductor is _____
a. 6.79
b. 7.32
c. 7
d. 8
Q 7 Total cost of manufacturing per unit of resistance is _____
a. 5.26
b. 4
c. 2
d. 5

Q 8 Total profit per unit of capacitor is ______
a. 2.42
b. 0.5
c. 2
d. 1
Q 9 Total profit per unit of inductor is ______
a. 2.68
b. 2.2
c. 3
d. None of these
Q 10 Total profit per unit of resistence is ______
a. 0.26
b. 0.37
c. 2
d. 4
100 on 100
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ASSIGNMENT 2
Case Study
Case Study 1 A loan of Rs. 50000, at the rate of interest 5% compounded annually, is to be amortized by equal payments at the end of each year for 10 years. Answer the questions associated with this information.
Case Study 2 A company manufactures two models of car – X(800) and X(1000).
The contrinution per model is rs. 50,000 and Rs. 65,000 on X(800) and X(1000)respectively. The material required for X(800) is in short supply and company can only prduce maximum of 150 units per week. Each car manufactured has to undergo activity of assembeling and painting. However there are limitation on capacity of these activities. The details are given as under.
Model Assembling (per week) Painting (per week)
X(800) 150 80
X(1000) 200 90
Answer the questions associated with this information.

Question 1: Based on Case Study 1 – The annual payment is _________
a. 6475.25
b. 6578.26
c. 2639
d. 6357

Q 2 Based on Case Study 1 – The interest in 8th payment is __________
a. 880.38
b. 835.27
c. 801
d. None of these

Q 3 Based on Case Study 1 – The principle contained in 8th payment is _______
a. 5492.43
b. 5792.37
c. 5594
d. 7639

Q 4 Based on Case Study 1 – The principle outstanding at the beginning of 8th period will be ________
a. 1689.9
b. 17633.4
c. 2898
d. None of these
Q 5 Based on Case Study 1 – The total interest paid is _______
a. 14129
b. 15892
c. 14753
d. 17882
Q 6 Based on Case Study 2 – The common constraint on the production of X(800) and X(1000) model is the _____
a. non – negative restriction
b. non – positive restriction
c. Both of these
d. None of these
Q 7 Based on Case Study 2 – The constraint on assembeling job is ________
a. x_1/150 + x_2/80 less than or equal to 1
b. 150/x_1 + 200/x_2 less than or equal to 1
c. x_1/150 + x_2/200 less than or equal to 1
d. x_1/150 + x_2/200 less than 1
Q 8 Based on Case Study 2 – The constraint on prinitng job is ________
a. x_1/80 + x_2/90 less than or equal to 1
b. 80x_1 + 90/x_2 less than or equal to 1
c. x_1/80 + x_2/90 less than 1
d. x_1/200 + x_2/90 less than or equal to 1
Q 9 Based on Case Study 2 – The constraint on the production of X(800) model is _____
a. x_2 less than 150
b. x_1 less than 150
c. x_1 less than or equal to 150
d. x_2 less than or equal to 150
Q 10 Based on Case Study 2 – The objective function of this peoblem will be to maximize the profit Z = __________
a. 50000x_1 + 650000x_2
b. 50000x_1 + 65000x_2
c. 65000x_1 + 50000x_2
d. None of these
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English Language

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MODULE I : COMPOSITION AND COMPREHENSION
Case Study
“There is a long tradition of treating agreement on verbs and agreement on adjectives as two quite different phenomena. Indeed, the two are sometimes given different names: concord for the phenomenon of adjectives agreeing with the nouns they modify, as opposed to agreement proper for the relation verbs have with their subjects and objects. For example, [Noam] Chomsky (2001:34n.5) writes ‘There is presumably a similar but distinct agreement relation, concord, involving Merge alone.’ And there are some good reasons for this traditional distinction.” (Mark C. Baker, “The Syntax of Agreement and Concord,” Cambridge University Press, 2008)
Question 1: A large sum of money ___ stolen.
a. were
b. had
c. was
d. are

Question 2: A lot of houses___collapsed in the storm
a. has
b. have
c. is
d. had been

Question 3: All students____in their work
a. handed
b. have handed
c. hand
d. had handed

Question 4: Cats and dogs___not get along
a. do
b. does
c. are
d. is

Question 5: Every morning she____up early and gets ready for work
a. is waking
b. has woken
c. woke
d. wakes

Question 6: Man and woman___complementary to each other

a. were
b. was
c. is
d. are

Question 7: The moon___around the earth
a. is revolving
b. has revolved
c. revolves
d. revolve

Question 8: The students accompanied by their teacher___ gone on a picnic.
a. has
b. have
c. was
d. were

Question 9: We____Greece next month
a. visit
b. would visit
c. will have visited
d. are visiting

Question 10: When I opened my eyes, I____a strange sight.
a. saw
b. was seeing
c. have seen
d. had seen
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MODULE II : ESSAY, BUSINESS LETTER AND VOCABULARY
Case Study
A participle is a form of a verb that is used in a sentence to modify a noun, noun phrase, verb, or verb phrase, and plays a role similar to an adjective or adverb. It is one of the types of nonfinite verb forms. Its name comes from the Latin participium, a calque of Greek μετοχή (metokhḗ) “partaking” or “sharing”; it is so named because the Ancient Greek and Latin participles “share” some of the categories of the adjective or noun (gender, number, case) and some of those of the verb (tense and voice). In Old English, past participles of Germanic strong verbs were marked with a ge- prefix, as are most strong and weak past participles in Dutch and German today, and often by a vowel change in the stem. Those of weak verbs were marked by the ending -d, with or without an epenthetic vowel before it. Modern English past participles derive from these forms (although the ge- prefix, which became y- in Middle English, has now been lost). Old English present participles were marked with an ending in -ende (or -iende for verbs whose infinitives ended in -ian)
Question 1: Everyone knows Zidane is good____fault
a. after
b. at
c. for
d. in

Question 2: He lived alone_____by everybody
a. forgetting
b. forgot
c. forgotten
d. had forgotten

Question 3: He was wearing_____shirt
a. tearing
b. tear
c. torn
d. had torn

Question 4: He______occupied with work could not meet us
a. been
b. being
c. had been
d. will be

Question 5: I am very pleased____your result
a. with
b. at
c. of
d. for

Question 6: I love the sea,_____my friends prefer the mountains
a. instead
b. whereas
c. unless
d. until

Question 7: She admitted_____the money
a. steal
b. stolen
c. had stolen
d. stealing

Question 8. She delayed____out of bed
a. gotten
b. get
c. had gotten
d. getting

Question 9: The house looked____
a. abandoned
b. abandoning
c. had abandoned
d. abandon

Question 10: The prisoners escaped yesterday from jail, the police are looking_____them
a. for
b. after
c. in
d. as a result
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MODULE III: SHORT STORIES AND POETRY
Case Study
The idea behind the short story genre is to convey a message or point to the reader economizing on words. Unlike the novel, every part of the short story is important. Paragraphs and even the title mean much more to the story. In the short story the title is likely to be a way that the author emphasizes a message to the reader and points her in a direction of thinking. The title can also symbolize or capture a distinct purpose.
Question 1: One day Mr. Loisel received an invitation from:
a. The Minister of Health
b. The Minister of Home Affairs
c. The Defence Ministry
d. The Minister of Public Instruction
Question 2: In Katherine Mansfield’s story by the same name, the fly is symbolic of the _____ who died in the trenches of World War I.
a. Germans
b. Englishmen
c. Young soldiers
d. Leaders
Question 3: Why did Behrman become sick?
a. He was old and his immune system was weak
b. He stopped taking his medicine.
c. He became sick while painting the leaf
d. His apartment did not have fresh air.
Question 4: In the Luncheon where was the writer living before meeting the lady?
a. Marapyane
b. Paris
c. Rome
d. London
Question 5: What was the true illness which inflicted the Postmaster?
a. Pneumonia
b. Heart DIsease
c. Homesickness
d. He was not sick at all
Question 6: In which anthology of Kamala Das the poem An Introduction appeared?
a. My Story
b. Alphabet of Lust
c. Summer in Calcutta
d. Yaa Allah
Question 7: What type of language is “I wandered lonely as a cloud”?
a. Simile
b. Metaphor
c. Emotive Language
d. Personification
Question 8: What view of nature is presented by Wordsworth?
a. Nature can bring hatred, it can do things to the mind
b. Nature is powerful
c. Nature is unsettling
d. Nature is relied on to make people feel better
Question 9: “I took the one less travelled by,/ And that has made all the difference”. Whose the speaker?
a. William Wordsworth
b. Kamala Das
c. Katherine Mansfield
d. Robert Frost
Question 10: The fly episode in the short story “The Fly” is a symbolically dense episode which implies
a. An attempt to preserve the hegemonic idea of masculinity
b. The sado-masochistic tendencies of the boss
c. The boss’ attempt to enact as well as annihilate the ‘Other’
d. All of them
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MODULE IV : DRAMA
Case Study
“Riders to the Sea” by J.M Synge is a tragic play regarding the sacrifice one family has made to an invisible character over their years on an island west of Ireland. When Synge wrote “Riders to the Sea” in 1904 he had been traveling between the Aran Islands and Ireland in order to develop his writing skills and find his “writing voice” (Merriman online). During this time he immersed himself into the culture, learning Gaelic, living with the fisherman’s families and absorbing the island’s history. Historically this play represents the tragedy of living upon the Aran Islands and how a family copes with it in their everyday life.
“Riders to the Sea” notes numerous elements from Synge learned during his travels. Throughout the early 1900’s clothing was still primarily handmade by common families. They oftentimes would purchase the fabric to sew their clothes; however, they still relied heavily upon their own sheep to produce the wool they needed to spin yarn to make clothing completely by hand. This process was not easy and involved a lot of hard work from a family. Sheep were raised by families and could be sheared up to two times a year. After shearing the fleece is cleaned to remove the lanolin oil and any vegetable matter that may have accumulated in the wool. The wool then must be carded or combed in order to spin it into yarn. After yarn has been spun it can be crocheted, knitted or weaved into garments one can wear.
[Merriman, C.D. J.M. Synge. The Literature Network. Jalic Inc. 2005. Web. 24September, 2013.]

Question 1: Of what literary movement is J.M. Synge’s Riders to the Sea a part?
a. Irish Literary Renaissance
b. Symbolism
c. Realism
d. Romanticism

Question 2: What are the three women waiting for at the beginning of Riders to the Sea?
a. News of Michael
b. News of Bartley
c. News of the horse fair
d. News of the sea

Question 3: In Riders to the Sea, why is Bartley determined to go to Connemara?
a. He wants to make money at the horse fair.
b. He doesn’t want to live on the island anymore.
c. He resents Maurya’s favoritism towards Michael.
d. He thinks he might hear news of Michael.

Question 4: What items does the priest give for identification purposes?
a. A pair of trousers and stockings.
b. A shirt and jacket.
c. A shirt and a plain stocking.
d. A shirt and trousers.

Question 5: How is Michael described by Nora after they realize that the stockings given to Nora by the priest belong to him?
a. A man with great vision.
b. A great rower and fisher.
c. A great woodsman and farmer.
d. A man of the cloth.

Question 6: A one-act tragedy, the play is set in the ________, and like all of Synge’s plays it is noted for capturing the poetic dialogue of rural Ireland.
a. Northern Island
b. Aran Islands
c. Galway
d. Drogheda

Question 7: As the play begins Nora and Cathleen receive word that a body that may be their brother Michael has washed up on shore in ________, far to the north.
a. Galway
b. Aran Island
c. Dorgheda
d. Donegal

Question 8: How many stitches did Nora drop from the second of three pairs of stockings she knitted for Michael?
a. Three score
b. Two and a half score
c. Seven
d. She never dropped any stitches

Question 9: Who had witnessed the fearful sight of a dead man with a child in his arms?
a. Maurya
b. Cathleen
c. Dara
d. Bartley

Question 10: How does Bartley die?
a. He dies from pneumonia.
b. The gray pony knocks him into the sea
c. The red pony bucks him into the sea.
d. The ship sinks, swamped on the way to Cannemara
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MODULE V : RHETORIC AND COMMON MISTAKES IN ENGLISH

Case Study

Logos, ethos, and pathos are important components of all writing, whether we are aware of them or not. By learning to recognize logos, ethos, and pathos in the writing of others and in our own, we can create texts that appeal to readers on many different levels. This handout provides a brief overview of what logos, ethos, and pathos are and offers guiding questions for recognizing and incorporating these appeals. Aristotle taught that a speaker’s ability to persuade an audience is based on how well the speaker appeals to that audience in three different areas: logos, ethos, and pathos. Considered together, these appeals form what later rhetoricians have called the rhetorical triangle.

Question 1: Which of the following best defines pathos?

a. It’s a combination of logic and credibility
b. It’s a way to convince with emotion
c. It embodies all three appeals
d. All answers are correct

Question 2: Many rhetorical devices rely on repetition for their desired effects. Which of these is NOT repeated in one or more rhetorical devices?

a. Meaning
b. Words
c. Phrases
d. Sounds

Question 3: The Five Cannons of Rhetoric include:
a. Style
b. Memory
c. Invention
d. All answers are correct

Question 4: Which of the following is not usually found in a report of a quantitative study?
a. Measurements
b. Results
c. Confession
d. Validation

Question 5: The introductory section of a research report should aim to:
a. identify the specific focus of the study
b. provide a rationale for the dissertation, or article.
c. grab the reader’s attention.
d. All answers are correct

Question 6: A figure of speech in which two unlike things are explicitly compared using like or as is which of the following rhetorical devices?

a. Understatement
b. Oxymoron
c. Personification
d. Simile

Question 7: A statement that seems impossible because the ideas are opposites, but have an element of truth is which of the following rhetorical devices?

a. Paradox
b. Oxymoron
c. Satire
d. Allegory

Question 8: *Great Depression
*Jumbo shrimp
*Cruel to be Kind
*Pain for pleasure
*Clearly confused
*Act naturally
*Painfully beautiful
They are examples of which rhetorical device?

a. Anecdote
b. Hyperbole
c. Oxymoron
d. Satire

Question 9: Identify the rhetorical device:
“To think on death it is a misery,/ T o think on life it is a vanity;/ to think on the world verily it is,/ to think that here man hath no perfect bliss.’
a. Exemplum
b. Hyperbole
c. Parable
d. Anaphora

Question 10: Talking to someone who is not there, dead, not human is which rhetorical device?
a. Imagery
b. Apostrophe
c. Alliteration
d. Anaphora

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ASSIGNMENT 2

Case Study
Writing simply would not be writing without the rules that shape words and string together sentences into fluid paragraphs and comprehensible arguments. We use these rules every day while sending text messages, writing essays, producing business reports, or even when we update Facebook statuses. Yet, despite the prevalence of writing in our everyday lives, proper grammar has been kicked to the curb. The apparent grammar disconnect is hard to trace. Children are educated in grammar basics starting in elementary school, but despite efforts from the Common Core standards and other educational bodies, many professionals believe the informality of new technologies and the changing modes of communication have weakened the emphasis on proper grammar. My research primarily focuses on how professional grammar deficiencies stem from inadequate grammar teaching and changes in communication methods, and how, to some degree, the ability to construct sentences is analogous to the ability to construct thoughts. Therefore, understanding and employing proper grammar are important for both educational and professional success.

Question 1: “James said that __________ word with me.” “Yeah, come in and have a seat.”
a. you can have a
b. you wanted to have a
c. you will want to have a
d. You had a

Question 2: Which of these must be avoided in business letters?
a. Polite words
b. Abbreviation
c. clear details
d. Formal designations

Question 3: How would you plan to link the paragraphs to each other in an essay writing?
a. Write a lot of ideas in each paragraph
b. Making sure that each paragraph links to the conclusion
c. Making sure that each paragraph links to the introduction
d. Stating different key points in each paragraph

Question 4: Who does Maurya see riding the gray pony?
a. Her husband
b. A Ghost
c. Michael
d. Bartley

Question 5: In “The Fly”, Woodifield’s family (the wife and the girls) kept him boxed up in the house every day. What does this indicate about Woodifield?
a. He had become old and physically bereft
b. Shifting of the gender roles of women post First World War
c. The agencyless status of Woodified
d. All the answers are correct

Question 6: The necklace that is worn by the main character Matilda Loisel in the story is an example of…
a. Characterization
b. Symbolism
c. Irony
d. All of them

Question 7: What do the following lines from “The Road Not Taken” mean?
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler,

a. The speaker is only one person and cannot go down two roads at the same time.
b. The speaker thinks both paths are equally good.
c. The speaker is only one person and cannot go down two roads at the same time.
The speaker would rather travel with someone, so they could each explore a path.
d. The speaker regrets not taking the other road at the start.

Question 8: Which of the following is NOT a theme of the short story The Last Leaf?
a. Pessimism
b. ambition
c. Friendship
d. Self-Sacrifice

Question 9: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word:
Choose a name, a role. Don’t play pretending games.
Don’t play at ___________ or be a
Nympho
a. schizophrenia
b. Home
c. Emotions
d. None of these

Question 10: Which of these are the main themes in the short story The Postmaster?
a. Loneliness
b. Search for Meaning
c. Need for compassion
d. All are correct

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Principles and Practices of Management

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Principles and Practices of Management

MODULE I : INTRODUCTION OF MANAGEMENT

Case Study

Mohan Automobile Ltd. is engaging in the business of repairing and overhauling of automobiles. They have about 40 employees working in the workshop. Current practices gave led to an extreme amount of customer dissatisfaction due to very high waiting time, discourteous behaviour of workforce with the customers, poor quality of workmanship and high cost of repairing automobiles. As a result of it, the customers have started their cars servicing elsewhere. The owner is very keen to improve the situation but he finds that his people are not motivated by a spirit of service basically because of poor wages and indifferent supervision.
This operation is located in environmentally alert community and they have also been complaining to the local municipal authority that the nasty way in which operations are handled and waste water disposed off is causing a lot of inconvenience in that locality. The owner manager wants your help in raising the level of productivity of the employees and effectiveness of the operations.
You have been asked to look into the operations of the company , analyse the whole situation and make necessary recommendations.
Question 1: To improve productivity and enhance effectiveness of operations, which one option should not be the focus area?
a. Poor quality of workmanship
b. Discourteous behavior of employees with the customers
c. Unfavourable attitude of the community
d. Low cost of repairing

Question 2. Which is the cause of the problem?
a. Lack of motivation
b. Lack of required training to the employees
c. Dissatisfactory wage system
d. All these options

Question 3. Which is not the root cause of lack of motivation?
a. Good wage system
b. Lack of spirit of service
c. Unfriendly environments
d. Nasty way of handling operations

Question 4. Which measure should be adopted to design motivation system?
a. Studying and analysing needs and wants of the people
b. Incentive wage system should be installed
c. Productivity linked bonus to be introduced
d. All these options

Question 5. Which one applies to make community attitude favourable?
a. Local people should be given priority in employment
b. Company should contribute to provide overall welfare of the community
c. Paying attention to corporate social responsibility
d. All these options

Question 6. Which one does not apply to improve interpersonal relations with customers?
a. Create mutual trust
b. Build confidence
c. Ignore the slogan ” Customer is the king”.
d. Improve quality of service

Question 7. Which one is not applicable for supportive supervision?
a. Help and guidance to employees
b. Inspiration to work efficently
c. Work related problems to be promptly solved
d. All these options

Question 8. Which one is not the cause of the problem?
a. Indifferent supervision
b. Environmental alertness among the people of the community
c. Ineffective waste disposal system
d. All these options

Question 9. Which one is the recommended solution?
a. Scientific training to the employees
b. Improve workmanship
c. Examplary behavior pattern
d. All these options

Question 10. Which one option is not the problem area?
a. Customer dissatisfaction
b. Increased market share
c. Decline in the volume of business
d. High waiting time

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MODULE II : PLANNING PROCESS
Case Study
The Sweet Dreams Motel is a 40-unit, no-frills operation in the less scenic part of a major Queensland resort town. The owner, Mr. Smith, firmly believes that there is a need for his style of low-cost family accommodation amid the luxury and beauty of the area. His rooms are large, family –style rooms (there is no television, for example). Although, there is plenty of room for future expansion, the grounds are fairly bare with a bit of landscaping, but mostly grass.
Mr. Smith can serve breakfast to the rooms and provide tea-making facilities. There are now a lot of good restaurants and take-aways in the area. Mr. Smith’s prices are less than half of what similar motels charge and only a fraction of what the big five-star properties are charging. And, really, he isn’t all that far away from the beach, shops and other attractions.
The problem is occupancy. He has some regulars who come every holiday period (and have been doing so for the four years he has owned the property). Overall, the occupancy is about 50 % year round and he knows from the local tourist office that the other properties average around 68 % occupancy year round. New developments could mean trouble. This lack of occupancy can be quite frustrating for Mr. Smith. Cars pull in, drive round the parking areas, then drive away.
Currently, Mr. Smith does very little advertising in local district guides and the holiday papers, mainly because he really thinks word-of-mouth is the best form of advertising. He is a member of the local tourist committee, but too busy to go to meetings. However, he does receive the local statistics and knows the average stay in the area is 3.8 nights, and that local families and couples and increasingly overseas visitors are his potential customers.
He’s not desperate yet, but he’s getting worried and disillusioned. He thought he would be overrun with guests, but that hasn’t happened.
Question 1: What is Mr. Smith’s biggest problem?
a. Cars pull in, drive around and drive away
b. Low occupancy rate
c. Existance of lot of good restaurants and take aways in the area
d. There is no television in the rooms

Question 2. What is not the peculiarity of the motel rooms?
a. Large size
b. Absence of television
c. Family-style room
d. No tea making facilties in rooms

Question 3. What is the duration of average stay in the area as per local statistics?
a. 3.8 nights
b. 8.3 nights
c. 5 nights
d. None of the these options

Question 4. What is the station avarage occupancy year around as per local tourist office statistics?
a. 0.5
b. 0.68
c. 0.75
d. None of the options

Question 5. Which advertisement strategy is best as per Mr. Smith ?
a. Publishing in holiday papers
b. Local district guides
c. Word-of-mouth publicity
d. District tourism department

Question 6. Which is not the strength of this motel ?
a. Nearness to beach, shops and other attractions
b. Plenty of room for expansion
c. Regular customers who come every holiday period
d. Location in the less scenic part of Queenland resort town

Question 7. Which is not the weakness of this motel ?
a. Grounds are fairly barren
b. Prices are very reasonable and less than half of other similar properties
c. No inhouse restaurant service for serving lunch and dinner
d. Rooms are not provided with television

Question 8. Which is the firm belief of Mr. Smith, the motel owner?
a. Need for his style of low cost family accomodation
b. Have three star culture
c. No need of luxary and beautification
d. Landscaping has no significance

Question 9. Which opportunity does exist for Mr. Smith to improve upon his motel occupancy rate?
a. Take advantage of and attend all local tourist commiittee meetings
b. Provision of lunch and dinner by outsourcing to some nearby restaurant
c. Add on a bar/spa/ gym etc
d. All these options

Question 10. Who are the potential customers of Sweet Dreams Motel?
a. Students touring batches
b. Honey mooning couples
c. Youth forums
d. Overseas visitors

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MODULE III: ORGANISING
Case Study

Dr. Bhardwaj is the President of Bhardwaj Hospital, Noida. He has a Personal Secretary (Dolly) to assist him. There are two different departments in the hospital and each of them has a manager – (i) the Finance & Administration Manager (Deepak) and (ii) the Patients Care Manager (Dr. Aarti). The Finance & Administration department is further broken down into three parts with three supervisors – (i) the Accounts Supervisor (Mayur) with three accounts clerks Rishika, Rupali and Shruti reporting to him; (ii) the Marketing Supervisor (Vikas) with two public relations staff members (Sonali and Manali) reporting to him; and (iii) Adminstration Supervisor ( Ankit) with four administrative clerks ( Mahesh, Rajesh, Nilesh and Yogesh) reporting to him.

In the patient care department under its Manager (Dr Aarti), there are three speciality areas with a Superintendent for each one – Emergency Ward ( Dr. Manoj), Children’s Ward ( Dr. Amandeep), and Intensive Care Ward (Dr. Inderjeet). Each of these three wards Superintendents have a resident doctor each (Charu, Sakshi, and Belma respectively) under them who further control 5 nurses each in these three wards.

22+ 15=37

Question 1: How many total staff employees are under Finance & Administration Manager Deepak?

a. Three
b. Five
c. Ten
d. Twelve

Question 2.The chain of command of President Dr Bhardwaj includes _____

a. Dr Aarti; Ankit; Sonali
b. Deepak; Dr Inderjeet; Charu; Nurses
c. Dr Aarti; Dr Amandeep; Sakshi; Nurses
d. Dolly; Dr Aarti; Dr Manoj; Belma; Nurses

Question 3. The downward chain of command of Deepak includes __________

a. Mayur; Rishika
b. Mayur; Manali
c. Ankit; Shruti
d. Vikas; Yogesh

Question 4. The upward chain of command of clerk Nilesh includes ________

a. Rajesh; Mahesh; Yogesh; Ankit.
b. Ankit; Deepak; Dr Bhardwaj
c. Ankit; Deepak; Dolly
d. Ankit; Vikas; Mayur; Deepak

Question 5. What is the grand total of employees on the rolls of Bhardwaj Hospital, Noida?

a. Thirty –seven
b. Thirty-six
c. Twenty- three
d. Forty-five

Question 6. What is the total number of employees on staff role under President Dr Bhardwaj?

a. Thirty-six (wrong answer)
b. Fourteen
c. Thirteen
d. Twenty

Question 7. What is the total number of line employees under Patients Care Manager Dr Aarti?

a. Twenty-one
b. Six
c. Three
d. Seven

Question 8. What is the total number of persons in the span of control of Administration Supervisor Ankit ?

a. Two
b. Three
c. Four
d. Eight

Question 9. What is the total number of persons in the span of control of Dr. Bhardwaj?

a. Three
b. Two
c. Thirty six (wrong answer)
d. Nine

Question 10. What is the total number of staff in Children Ward under Dr Amandeep?

a. One
b. Six
c. Twelve
d. Eighteen

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MODULE IV: STAFFING/ HRM

Case Study

Mr Muthu Swamy, the chairman of S K Pharma Company had set up its plant at Mysore (Karnataka state) in the year 2002 and kept the corporate office at state capital, Bangalore. The plant is manufacturing and marketing drugs, medicines and glucose water. The company has met severe competition from large pharma companies with foreign collaboration. Mr K V Nayak, Vice- president marketing, has been with the company, for the last two years. He has ambitious plans for capturing a sizable share of the markets in Karnataka, Kerala and south Andhra Pradesh. As the company is medium-sized, Mr Nayak has kept his marketing department and team lean and trim. The medical representatives were given aggressive targets and were pushed to reach their respective targets. The representatives as well as Mr Nayak worked very hard to complete their respective targets. However, there was no formal appraisal and reward system in S K Pharma. During the last year, more than 25 medical representatives had left the company due to unsatisfactory increments, no proper promotion policy and poor HR practices. Those who left the company were excellent workers. Mr Nayak did not care for this high turnover. He was overconfident that he would be able to hire freshers since S K Pharma had enjoyed a reputation of being a good employer, who paid the highest salary in the industry with many attractive perks/ privileges. Mr Nayak also felt that he could select candidates who were not happy with their remunerations in other companies. Mr Nayak had never communicated to the medical representatives about their performance or reasons for not recognising their outstanding performance.

Question 1: High turrnover of medical representatives was not due to ___________

a. Unsatisfactory increments and promotions
b. Non recognition of outstanding performance
c. Poor HR practices
d. Highest salary package in the industry

Question 2: How old is S K Pharma Company?

a. Less than 5 years old
b. 5 to 10 years old
c. 10 to 15 years old
d. More than 20 years old

Question 3: The ambitious plan of the company to capture sizable market share does not include ______

a. South Andhra Pradesh
b. North Tamil Nadu
c. Kerala
d. Karnataka

Question 4: The manufacturing plant of S K Pharma is located at ______

a. Bangalore
b. Belgaon
c. Karnataka
d. Mysore

Question 5: What is not the product line of S K Pharma company?

a. Drugs
b. Medicines
c. Fruit juices
d. Glucose water

Question 6: What strategy was not adopted to get maximum work from the medical representatives?

a. Given aggressive targets
b. Pushed to achieve their targets
c. Left to their own whims and fancies and working styles
d. Made to work hard along with Vice -president marketing

Question 7: What was the appraisal and reward system like in the company?

a. Excellent
b. Fair
c. Poor
d. No system existed

Question 8: Which one was not the reason for over confidence of Mr K V Nayak that he will be able to hire fresh medical representatives?

a. S K Pharma paid highest salary in the industry
b. S K Pharma enjoyed a good reputation as an employer
c. S K Pharma had attractive perks and privileges for their employees
d. Newly employeed team of medicl representatives will produce wonders from their very starting day

Question 9: Who is the Vice-president Marketing of S K Pharma?

a. Mr Muthu Swamy
b. Mr Namo Narain
c. Mr R K Pillai
d. Mr K V Nayak

Question 10: Who were the real competitors of S K Pharma?

a. Large pharma companies with foreign collaboration
b. Local drugs and medicines companies
c. Ayurvedic and Unani medicines manufaturers in India
d. No competitors existed at all

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MODULE V : MANAGEMENT CONTROL

ASSIGNMENT 2
Case Study
Mr. Ramchandran is the President of ABC Ltd. Recently, it was decided by the Board of Directors that it would be profitable for the corporation to open its own Marketing Department. Mr. Ramchandran has been directed to internally pick up a person who he feels is capable of heading the department, and then putting this person in-charge of getting the department on its feet. After considering a number of good men, Mr. Ramchandran has narrowed the field down to two possible choices: Rajesh Mehta and Pramod Kumar. Rajesh Mehta has good track record with the company. He was hired eight years ago, and through the years, he has shown a good deal of drive and initiative in all of his endeavors. He is an aggressive young man, and has received the nickname of go-getter in his department. Although Mehta seems to be more concerned at times with ends rather than means, he is very efficient and he is considered as a good leader by those who work under him. As one worker stated, “Although he can get rough with you at times, you always know where you stand with him, and when you have done a good job, he lets you know it.” Mehta is also credited with accepting full responsibility, in all cases, and making quick decisions when action is called for. Pramod Kumar has been with the company for 11 years. He is well liked by all in his department , and his work is first rate. Kumar’s leadeship style differs from Mehta’s in that Kumar is not that aggressive and quick to act as Mehta. Before Kumar makes a decision, he generally consults others who he feels can contribute further information on a given subject. This often includes those who work under him. Those who work under Kumar consider him a good leader, and state that the atmosphere of participation produced by Kumar really encourages their utmost individual output while on the job. This can be seen by the production increase which soon occured when Kumar became the head of his work-force.

Question 1: President narrowed the field down for choosing marketing department head to how many choices?

a. One
b. Two
c. Three
d. Four

Question 2: What change came in when Kumar became the head of his work-force?

a. Production stagnated
b. Production declined
c. Production increased
d. Quality complaints enhanced

Question 3: What has been the length of service of Pramod Kumar with the company?

a. 15 yeas
b. 13 years
c. 11 years
d. 8 years

Question 4: What has been the length of service of Rajesh Mehta with the company?

a. 6 years
b. 8 years
c. 10 years
d. 12 years

Question 5: What is the leadership style of Pramod Kumar?

a. Autocratic
b. Democratic / Participative
c. Laissez-faire
d. Task-centred

Question 6: Which one is NOT the characteristic of Pramod Kumar?

a. Very aggressive
b. Slow decision making
c. Is first rate in his work
d. Believes in involving all subordinates

Question 7: Which one is NOT the characteristic of Rajesh Mehta?

a. Good past track record
b. Drive and determination
c. Aggressive spirit
d. Non bothered type

Question 8: Which one was the drawback of Rajesh Mehta?

a. Apppreciating the good job of sub-ordinates
b. Quick decisions
c. At times, getting rough with workers
d. Taking full responsibility

Question 9: Which one was not the direction given to Mr. Ramchandaran?

a. To oversee himself the functioning of marketing department
b. To pick up a person internally to head the marketing department
c. Make that person in-charge
d. Make the department stand on its own feet

Question 10: Who took the decision to open a marketing department?

a. Mr. Ramchandaran
b. Vice President of ABC Ltd.
c. CEO of ABC Ltd.
d. Board of Directors
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Assignment 2

Case Study

Kavita is the chief editor of a top woman’s magazine “Women’s Era” published from Mumbai. She is a very hard working, dedicated and well-organised leader who is very passionate about her work. She also has a family of devoted husband, and two young children (a son and a daughter). Even though it is not easy for her to balance her family life and her career, she has always tried to be home by 7 p.m. each night to spend time with her children. The job is a high pressure one and sometimes she brings the work home. While at home, she is readily available to take official calls, and attend to SMS’s and e-mails. Her husband is a sales manager in a local middle size FMCG company, and his timings are not fixed, so that he cannot always be at home in the early evening to be with the kids. Moreover, he is often travelling on official tours for atleast two days in a week. This has made her role as a mother even more responsible, cumbersome and tiring. She has hardly any time to relax and rest and it has started telling on her health. Her staff considers her to be an ideal boss. She was an excellent and sympathetic listener, very cooperative and good team builder who always kept her door open to everyone. She was well respected by her staff and her staff depended upon her too much. Even for little problems, that the staff members could solve themselves, they approached Kavita who was very helpful. One unexpected outcome of her openness, easy approachability and helpful nature was that she got an excuse to sit late at her desk upto 9 p.m. and sometimes even later. Her love for the job kept her late in the office , which meant that she could not pay much attention to her family. One day, she calmly analysed the issue of her staff’s too much dependency on her. She observed that as a leader, she had not delegated the decisional powers to her subordinates and further more she was easily accessible. She came with the idea of empowering her staff to take more responsibility. She met with her staff, one by one, to discuss their area of responsibility. Her staff acknowledged that they really did not need her input on many decisions. They had just got used to meeting with her on every trivial issue. She asked the staff members their suggestions to improve the coordination and interdependency among the staff themselves, rather than depending on her. She thanked everyone and implemented almost all of their suggestions. With proper delegation, higher responsibility and accountability and appropriate powers for making decisions, the staff members felt very good about their jobs, and also it added onto their own development and growth. Kavita felt so happy and relaxed, since she was now relieved from many trivial problems and could devote more time to her family.
Question 1: How is Kavita’s husband employed?

a. Medical representative in a pharma company
b. Sales Manager of a FMCG company
c. Entrepreneour
d. Manager- marketing of a middle sized company

Question 2: Which one is the correct name of the magazine published from Mumbai in which Kavita is employed?

a. Femina
b. Cosmopolitan
c. Women’s Era
d. Graha-shobha

Question 3: Which one factor was not true in making Kavita’s role as a mother very crucial?

a. Husband’s support and his easy availability for sharing family responsibilities
b. Bringing office work at home
c. Not adequate time for her own rest and relaxation
d. Be readily available to attend calls , SMSs and e-mails even at home

Question 4: Which one is not applicable in Kavita’s love for her job?

a. Office is office and home is home, and there is no chance to mix the two
b. Bringing work home
c. Be readily available to attend calls , SMSs and e-mails even at home
d. High pressure job

Question 5: Which one is not Kavita’s personality trait?

a. Hard working
b. Dedicated
c. Irresponsible
d. Passionate for work

Question 6: Which one is the correct designation of Kavita?

a. Editor
b. Chief Editor
c. Press reporter
d. Jouranalist

Question 7: Which one point should have also formed her implementation strategy to find some time for her family?

a. Giving higher responsibilty and developing them for their growth
b. Giving power to make decisions
c. Delegating authority and make them accountable
d. Little autonomy to make mistakes and learn from them

Question 8: Which one point was not relevant in her analysis of her leadership position?

a. Non-delegation
b. No empowerment to lower staff to make decisions
c. Too much of dependency of staff on her
d. Maintaining proper distance from her sub-ordinates staff

Question 9: Which one was not the reason for Kavita’s late evenings at office?

a. Love for work and open nature
b. Good team builder and helpful attitude for staff
c. Excellent and sympathetic listener
d. Non-approachable

Question 10: Who all constitute Kavita’s family?

a. Husband, a son and a daughter
b. Husband, mother-in-law and father-in-law
c. Husband and two sons
d. Husband and two daughters

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Marketing Management
Assignment – A

1. In what- way is the knowledge of the Indian consumer environment a prerequisite for marketers in the design and development of suitable marketing plans? Discuss.

2. To fight against dowry system, the Government of a state approaches you as a leading social marketing firm to alleviate and curb this menace. Prepare a complete social marketing proposal outlining the four Ps and how they will be applied to the programme.

3. Distinguish between Market Segmentation and Product Differentiation. Describe the bases that you will use in segmenting the market for the following products:
1. Hair dryer
2. Low calorie sweetener

4. What is consumer behavior? Explain briefly the various factors influencing consumer behavior taking example of any consumer durable of your choice

1. Consumer Adoption Process

2. Societal marketing

3. Marketing Information System

6. Briefly explain the various steps in the consumer decision making process. Do all consumer decisions involve these steps? Justify your answer. Describe the steps in the consumer decision making process in each of the following cases.
1. A business man considering the purchase of a new mobile phone for communication between the branches of his firm.
2. A consumer considering the purchase of a headache remedy that is advertised as stronger and more effective

7. Why does the marketing mix change as the products move through the PLC? How would you expect the mix to change for an innovative home exercise kit as it moves through the product life cycle? How can test marketing be helpful in launching new products?

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Assignment – B
Read the case study given below and answer the questions given at the end.
Pint sized Purifier
Water purification (households) market in India is slowly becoming competitive with the introduction of Aquaguard in a big way. Zero-B is another brand which has been in the market for the last few years. It also offers portable models (tumblers). New brands are also entering the market. Aquapen, a pocket sized water purifier was launched in 1997 at a cost of Rs. 594. The product works on a 6V battery and has a LED indicator which flashes every five seconds to indicate the product is operational. The purification process lasts for about 50 seconds. A battery lasts for about 5000 glasses. The company planned to retail the product at around 50,000 outlets and had planned an advertising budget of Rs. 5 crores.
Question – Taking into account, the other brands in this market, formulate a detailed marketing plan for Aqua pen addressing the following issues:

Formulating the Marketing Strategy for Aqua pen –

a) Specify the target segment you would select for Aqua pen.
b) What will be its positioning?
c) Identify the media strategy to reach out to the target segments.
d) Comment on the distribution strategy.
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Assignment – C
1. Which of the following statements is correct?
Marketing is the term used to refer only to the sales function within a firm
Marketing managers usually don´t get involved in production or distribution decisions
Marketing is an activity that considers only the needs of the organization, not the needs of society as a whole
Marketing is the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large
2. The term marketing refers to:
New product concepts and improvements
Advertising and promotion activities
A philosophy that stresses customer value and satisfaction
Planning sales campaigns

3. A marketing philosophy summarized by the phrase “a good product will sell itself” is characteristic of the_________ period.

Production
Sales
Marketing
Relationship
4. In the relationship marketing firms focus on__________ relationships with__________.
Short term; customers and suppliers
Long term; customers and suppliers
Short term; customers
Long term; customers
5. The Coca Cola organization is an official sponsor of the Olympics. The firm is engaging in:

Place marketing
Event marketing
Person marketing
Organisation marketing

6. Which of the following is NOT an element of the marketing mix?

Distribution
PRODUCT
TARGET MARKET
PRICING

7. The term “marketing mix” describes:
A composite analysis of all environmental factors inside and outside the firm
A series of business decisions that aid in selling a product
The relationship between a firm´s marketing strengths and its business weaknesses
A blending of four strategic elements to satisfy specific target markets
8. Diversification is best described as which of the following?

Existing products in new markets
Existing products in existing markets
New products for new markets
New products for existing markets

9. Market expansion is usually achieved by:
More effective use of distribution
More effective use of advertising
By cutting prices
All of the above are suitable tactics
10. A market with which of the following characteristics would generally be less competitive?
High barriers to entry
Lots of potential substitutes exist
Strong bargaining power among buyers
Strong bargaining power among suppliers
11. Marketing decision makers in a firm must constantly monitor competitors´ activities-their products, prices, distribution, and promotional efforts-because
The competitors may be violating the law and can be reported to the authorities
The actions of competitors may threaten the monopoly position of the firm in its industry
The actions of competitors may create an oligopoly within an industry
New product offerings by a competitor with the resulting competitive variations may require adjustments to one or more components of the firm´s marketing mix
12. When looking at consumer income, marketers are most interested in
Discretionary income
Deferred income
Inflationary income
Disposable income
13. Today´s marketers need—

Neither creativity nor critical thinking skills
Both creativity and critical thinking skills
Critical thinking skills but not creativity
Creativity but not critical thinking skills

14. Political campaigns are generally examples of—

Cause marketing
Organization marketing
Event marketing
Person marketing

15. Newsletters, catalogues, and invitations to organization-sponsored events are most closely associated with the marketing mix activity of—
Pricing
Distribution
Product development
Promotion
16. Toyota´s Prius and Honda´s hybrid Civic are examples of technological products inspired by—
Style considerations in the Japanese automobile industry
Social pressure to develop more fuel-efficient vehicles with fewer dangerous emissions
The desire of many engineers to simply make interesting products
The realization that Japanese people didn´t need large, high-speed cars
17. _____ is the collection and interpretation of information about forces, events, and relationships that may affect the organization.
Environmental scanning
Stakeholder analysis
Market sampling
Opportunity analysis
18. Assume you are in charge of the politically-mandated process of converting the economy of a developing African nation from state-controlled to market-driven business ventures. Your ability to control_____ will most likely determine the future success of the country and its government.
The culture
Marketing
Technology
Competitive environment
19. Which of the following is typically NOT a result of recognizing the importance of ethnic groups by marketers?

Use of an undifferentiated one-size-fits-all marketing strategy
Different pricing strategies for different groups
Variations in product offerings to suit the wants of a particular group
Study of ethnic buying habits to isolate market segments
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20. Early adopters of which opinion leaders are largely comprised of and tend to be—
Generalized; that is, they tend to lead the group on most issues
More likely to buy new products before their friends do and voice their opinions about them
From the upper class; people from other classes are more likely to be followers
Quiet, withdrawn people who don´t make fashion statements or take risks easily
21. An imbalance between a consumer´s actual and desired state in which recognition that a gap or problem needs resolving is called–
Motive development
An attitudes
A self-concept
Product Evolutions

22. According to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs theory, the need for fulfillment, for realizing one´s own potential, and for fully using one´s talents and capabilities are examples of__________ needs.

Self-actualization
Physiological
Social
Esteem

23. Strategic marketing planning establishes the

Resource base provided by the firm´s strategy
Economic impact of additional sales
Tactical plans that must be implemented by the entire organization
Basis for any marketing strategy

24. The strategic marketing planning process begins with—
The writing of the mission statement
The establishment of organizational objectives
The formulation of a marketing plan
Hiring a senior planner
25. Which of the following is a strategic marketing planning tool?
The market share/market growth (BCG) matrix
The consumer scanning model
A market vulnerability/business opportunity matrix
Market sheet analysis
26. These objectives are often employed in mature markets as firms/products enter a decline phase. The goal is to maximize short-term profits and stimulate a positive cash flow.
Harvest objectives
Divest objectives
Hold objectives
Growth objectives
27. These objectives are often the most suitable when firms operate in a market dominated by a major competitor and where their financial resources are limited
Niche
Hold
Harvest
Divest
28. Market expansion is usually achieved by:
More effective use of distribution
More effective use of advertising
By cutting prices
All of the above are suitable tactics
29. Diversification is best described as which of the following?
Existing products in new markets
Existing products in existing markets
New products for new markets
New products for existing markets
30. When companies make marketing decisions by considering consumers´ wants and the long-run interests of the company, consumer, and the general population, they are practicing which of the following principles?
Innovative marketing
Consumer-oriented marketing
Value marketing
Societal marketing
31. The process that turns marketing strategies and plans into marketing actions in order to accomplish strategic marketing objectives is called—
Marketing strategy.
Marketing control.
Marketing analysis
Marketing implementation
32. The total number of items that the company carries within its product lines refers to the ___________ of the product mix.
Width
Depth
Length
Consistency
33. The use of price points for reference to different levels of quality for a company´s related products is typical of which product-mix pricing strategy?
Optional-product pricing
Captive-product pricing
By-product pricing
Product line pricing
34. _______________ is a strategy of using a successful brand name to launch a new or modified product in a new category.
Duo-branding
Line extension
Brand extension
Multi-branding
35. The fact that services cannot be stored for later use or sale is evidence of their—
36. _________________ is the concept under which a company carefully integrates and coordinates its many communications channels to deliver a clear, consistent, and compelling message about the organization and its products.
The promotion mix
Integrated international affairs
Integrated marketing communications
Integrated marketing communications
37. The stage is the product life cycle that focuses on expanding market and creating product awareness and trial is the:

Decline stage
Introduction stage
Growth stage.
Maturity stage

38. If Honda uses its company name to cover such different products as its automobiles, lawn mowers, and motorcycles, it is practicing which of the following strategies?

New brand strategy
Line extension strategy
multi-brand strategy
Brand extension strategy

39. The _______________ holds that consumers will favor products that are available and highly affordable (therefore, work on improving production and distribution efficiency).
Product concept
Production concept
Production cost expansion concept
Marketing concept
40. When producers, wholesalers, and retailers act as a unified system, they comprise a—

Conventional marketing system
Power-based marketing system
Horizontal marketing system
Vertical marketing system.
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1 What is A.P. and G.P. series. Explain with 2 examples for each?
2 Solve the following linear equations by using Gauss eliminatin method: x+2y+z =7; x+3z=11; 2x-3y=1.
3 If the roots of the equation x2+ax-b=0 differ by unity, prove that a2 +4b-1=0.
4 What is a Matrix? Explain any three types of it.
5 Of the 100 boarders of a hostel 80 drink tea, 40 drink coffee and 25 drink tea and coffee both. How many of them drink neither tea nor coffee?
6 If nP5 : nP3 = 2:1, then find the value of n.
7 solve xy =yx, x=2y
8 Prove that nCr = nCn-r

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Case study:
The total cost C(x) associated with producing and marketing x units of an item is given by: C(x) = 0.005×3 – 0.02×2 + 30x +3000. From this information, solve the following s:
Q.No 1: Find total cost when output is 4 units.
Answer:

Q.No 2: Find average cost of output of 10 units.
Answer:

Q.No 3: Find marginal cost when output is 3 units.
Answer:

1. (am)n =…
(A): amn
(B): am+n
(C): am-n
(D): am

2. Express v72 = 6v2 in logarthmic form.
(A): 1/2= log72 6v1
(B): 1/2= 6v1
(C): 1/2= log72 6v2
(D): 1/2= log72 6v3

3. Rational and irrational numbers together are called——-.
(A): whole numbers
(B): real numbers
(C): prime numbers
(D): none
4. Express log4 4 =1 in exponential form.
(A): 41=4
(B): 41=5
(C): 41=6
(D): 41=7

5. solve x2-x-56=0
(A): 5,6
(B): -7, 8
(C): -7, 9
(D): -7, 10

6. v2 is an example of ——
(A): whole numbers
(B): natural numbers
(C): prime numbers
(D): irrational numbers

7. If two rows or columns of a determinant are identical, the value of the determinant is —-.
(A): 0
(B): 1
(C): -1
(D): 2

8. In number system 1,2,3,4 …… are
(A): whole numbers
(B): natural numbers
(C): prime numbers
(D): functional numbers

9. ¦4¦= …
(A): 1
(B): 2
(C): 3
(D): 4

10. (-a)(-b) =…
(A): ab
(B): -ab
(C): a(-b)
(D): (-a)b

11. x +3 is a polynomial in x of degree—.
(A): 1
(B): 2
(C): 3
(D): 4

12. Integrate the function x sinx
(A): sinx- x cosx
(B): sin x
(C): cos x
(D): sec x – cosec x

13. The 5th and the 12th terms of an A.P. series are 14 and 25 respectively. Find the common difference.
(A): 1
(B): 2
(C): 3
(D): 4

14. Which term of the following series is 575? 4.5,9,18….
(A): 7th
(B): 8th
(C): 9th
(D): 10th

15. A null set is also called—–.
(A): singleton set
(B): none set
(C): subset
(D): void set

16. Find the sum of the series 1+5+25+125….upto fifth terms.
(A): 781
(B): 700
(C): 125
(D): 625

17. If A = {a,b}, B ={ b,c} then A?B= …
(A): {0}
(B): {a,b,c}
(C): {a,b}
(D): b,c}

18. Find the value of 10C3
(A): 120
(B): 10
(C): 30
(D): 3

19. Find the value of 6P4
(A): 6
(B): 4
(C): 24
(D): 360

20. If A= {1,2} and B={3,7}, then AnB= …
(A): {1,2}
(B): {3}
(C): {7}
(D): f

21. How many permutations could be made from the word ‘Calcutta’ ?
(A): 5440
(B): 5000
(C): 5040
(D): 6040

22. In how many ways a committee of 5 can be selected out of 8 persons.
(A): 5
(B): 8
(C): 56
(D): 40
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23. Find the minimum value of the function 2×2-x3 .
(A): at x=0 is 0
(B): at x=0 is 1
(C): at x=0 is 2
(D): at x=0 is 3
24. In coordinate geometary, how many quadrants are there?
(A): 1
(B): 2
(C): 3
(D): 4
25. The —— of a point is the path through which a point passes under certain given conditions.
(A): locus
(B): point
(C): origin
(D): 0
26. Solve the equation 25×2= 16
(A): x= ±2/5
(B): x= ±4/5
(C): x= 5
(D): x= ±4
27. Find the value of 7P4 ÷ 8P3
(A): 2.5
(B): 7.5
(C): 3.5
(D): 9.6

28. The value of (81).5 is …
(A): 3
(B): 6
(C): 27
(D): 9
29. If a set contains a finite/limited number of elements then it is called a ——.
(A): finite set
(B): limit
(C): singleton set
(D): null set
30. A ——-is a straight line with number units positive, zero and negative.
(A): directed line
(B): locus
(C): positive slope
(D): negative slope
31. If A = {1,2,3}, B ={2,3,4} then A-B =?
(A): {0}
(B): {1}
(C): {2,3}
(D): {3,4}
32. If two sets A and B are such that they donot have any common element then the sets A and B are called ——.
(A): finite set
(B): disjoint sets
(C): singleton set
(D): null set
33. In how many ways the letters of the word ‘Daughter’ can be arranged keeping the vowels together?
(A): 4320
(B): 1223
(C): 1234
(D): 3000
33. If all the elements of a matrix are zero then it is called a ——.
(A): empty matrix
(B): diagonal matrix
(C): null matrix
(D): none
34. While adding matrices, (A+B)+C = …
(A): ABC
(B): A+BC
(C): AB+C
(D): A+(B+C)
35. Find the average value of the function over the given interval. f(x) = 4 – x on [0, 4]
(A): 8
(B): 2
(C): 4
(D): 16
36. cos (-x) = …
(A): Cos x
(B): Cos 3x
(C): sin (-x)
(D): none of the above
37. Let V = {0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9}. Find (ø?V)nø
(A): {0,1,2,3,4,5}
(B): {0,2,4,6,8}
(C): ø
(D): {3,5,7}
38. If y= xx , find dy/dx
(A): x
(B): 1+logx
(C): xx(1+logx)
(D): logx
39. If U = {1,2,3,…..8,9} be the universal set. A = {1,2,3,4}. Find A’
(A): {1,2,3,4,}
(B): {2,3,4}
(C): {5,6,7,8,9}
(D): ø

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BBA 1SEM Business Economics

Business Economics
Q1. Discuss the nature and scope of Business Economics
Q2. How does the study of Business Economics help a business manager in decision-making? Illustrate your answer with the real world examples.
Q3. What is the Opportunity Cost? How can it be calculated? What are the precautions to be kept in view while using the Opportunity Cost?
Q4. Draw individual and market demand schedules. Discuss the difficulties in preparing a market demand schedule.
Q5. Write short notes on:
a) Demand forecasting
b) Consumer Surplus
c) Marginal Utility
d) Gross price elasticity of demand
e) Complementary goods
Q6. Explain the law of Variable proportions. Which is the bet stage of production?
Q7. Explain Least Cost Combination of the factors.
Q8. Distinguish between Average and Marginal Cost and show by examples and diagrams that marginal cost is less than average cost if average cost is falling and marginal cost is more than average cost is rising.
Case Detail :
Read the case study given below and answer the questions given at the end.
Case Study
Two Wheeler Industries in India
The two wheeler category is steadily moving from a discretionary purchase to an essential purchase, especially among the burgeoning Indian middle-class households. Better quality and durability, higher fuel efficiency, new age styling, and features in conjunction with a slew of new product launches and greater finance availability have been the primary drivers of sales in the past years. India secures second-largest position in two wheeler production. Apart from the discussed facts, inadequacy and poor quality of public transport system in India have pushed the demand of two wheelers. In India, the two-wheeler industry is highly diversified in terms of presenting a versatile product line. Two-wheeler manufacturers produce different economic models for general public as well as some specific models to cater the different needs of high-income group. Two-wheelers contain scooters, mopeds, and motorcycles. Few years ago the market was dominated by scooter segment, but scenario changed in 1998-1999 when motorcycles took the edge and never looked back. Nowadays, Indian two-wheeler industry is dominated by the motorcycle segment. Hero Honda, Bajaj, TVS Motors, Kinetic Motors, and LML are some of the main players in the Indian two-wheeler industry.
Demand of two-wheelers is increasing day-by-day. In the year 1990-1991, the demand for the two-wheelers was 1.82 million units that grew to 3.83 million units in the year 2000-2001. The projected demand for the two-wheelers in the year 2014-2015 is estimated to reach 16 million units. This is no doubt a rosy picture for the growth of Indian two-wheeler industry. Table1 and Table2 present market segmentation and product variation of two-wheelers in India, respectively.
Table 1: Market segmentation for the two-wheeler industry in four regions of the country
Market segmentation
Segment Share (%)
North 32
East 9
West 27
South 32
Table 2: Product wise market share for the two-wheeler industry in India
Product Variation
Type Share (%)
Motorcycles 66
Scooters 22
Mopeds 11
Q1. Make a comprehensive analysis on two-wheeler demand in India.

1. To say that a good is scarce means
2. Factors of production, such as labor, capital, natural resources and entrepreneurial ability are traded in
3. Which of the following is the best example of an activity that would be undertaken by an entrepreneur?
4. The total amount of physical capital available in a country is called
5. When economists say that people act rationally, they mean that
6. Which of the following statements relates to microeconomics?
7. Macroeconomics can best be described as the study of
8. An answer to the question “How are goods produced?” determines
9. What is the efficiency criterion that describes a situation where goods and services are produced at the lowest possible cost?
10. The marginal benefit from consuming another unit of a good
11. Demand means
12. the shape of ppc is always
13. Two indifference curves
14. Consumer equilibrium is calculated at
15. The demand curve under Monopoly is
16. When MC falls ,AC
17. MC always cuts AC at its
18. Long Run Costs Curve is an
19. Marginal Utility curve is
20. Consumer equilibrium is calculated at
21. Income Elasticity of demand means
22. Law of Supply means
23. Which of the following is an example of a normative statement?
24. An example of a positive statement is
25. An economic theory is tested by
26. The process of developing models, testing hypotheses and revising models is often referred to as
27. A market is
28. In a mixed economy, economic decisions are made by private individuals and by
29. When Pakistan builds a dam in Chittagong using few machines and a great deal of labor, it is answering the ________ question
30. how to produce”
31. The statement that there is a positive relationship between X and Y means that
32. Which of the following graphs or charts must add up to one hundred percent?
33. An output combination is technically efficient if
34. A country that produces a maximum possible combination of two goods using all of the resources available in the economy
35. Consumer goods and services such as automobiles and haircuts are traded in
36. The net factor income earned within the domestic territory of a country must be equal to –
37. A circular flow diagram
38. Which of the following is not a determinant of demand?
39. The difference between the maximum price a person is willing to pay for a good and the price actually paid for the good is called
40. Amrin goes to Sportsmart to buy a new tennis racquet. He is willing to pay $200 for a new racquet, but buys one on sale for $125. Cameron’s consumer surplus from the purchase is
OR

1.Average product is defined as
2.To manufacture a PC, you require a keyboard and a monitor. If you measure keyboard on the X-axis and monitor on the Y-axis, the shape of the Isoquant will be—
3.When average product is highest?
4.The intersection of marginal product curve and average product curve characterizes the point of—
5.The average total cost will be minimum at a point where-
6.Which of the following curves is called envelope curve
7.Average fixed cost
8.Which of the following cost curves is also called planning curve?
9.Economic profit is
10.The intersection of the marginal cost curve and the average cost curve characterizes the point of—
11.Which of the following costs remain constant as the output increases?
12.Increasing marginal costs with increase of output implies
13.Which of the following cost curves is not ‘U’ shaped?
14.What would be the shape of the total cost curve when a manufacturing unit is experiencing economies of scale
15.In perfect competition, a firm maximizing its profit will set its output at that level where-
16.It is advisable for a firm operating under perfect competition to shut down in the short run when the price of the product falls below the—
17.Which of the following is not a feature of perfect competition?
18.In the long run, a perfectly competitive firm earns only normal profits because of
19.The doctrine of invisible-hand applies to economies in which all the markets are-
20.The horizontal demand curve for a firm is one of the characteristic features of-
21.A perfectly competitive firm can increase its sales revenue by
22.If a perfectly competitive industry is an increasing cost industry, the demand curve faced by a firm will be-
23.A perfectly competitive firm earns abnormal profits when its
24.Which of the following is not a source of market imperfection?
25.Which of the following is not a barrier to entry?
26.The maximum profit condition for a monopoly firm is—
27.Market inefficiencies can come from—
28.A monopolist who faces a negatively sloped demand curve operates in the region where the elasticity of demand is-
29.An entrepreneur in order to maximize the profits, without affecting the price, should produce an output where-
30.Macroeconomics is concerned with-
31.Real GNP increases
32.Personal income includes all of the following except
33.NDP does not include-
34.National income is
35.The difference between personal disposable income and personal income is—
36.The net factor income earned within the domestic territory of a country must be equal to –
37.The ratio of the change in equilibrium output to the change in autonomous spending that causes change in output is called-
38.When planned saving is greater than planned investment
39.An autonomous increase in investment—
40.What happens to the demand for coffee, when the price of tea increases ?
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SECTION – A

Answer any five of the questions below.
1. For the following transactions in ABC Ltd, prepare Accounting Equation.
a. Started Business with Cash Rs 36,000
b. Purchased goods for cash Rs 18,000 and credit Rs 12,000
c. Paid Rent in advance Rs 300
d. Paid Salary Rs.300 and Salary outstanding is Rs 60.
e. Bought motorcycle for personal use Rs.3,000

2 . Prepare a Trial Balance of Mohan& Co. as on March 31 2003
Capital 9,20,000
Sundry creditors 1,88,520
Bills payable 69,300
Sales 12,18,500
Provision for doubtful debts 13,200
Interest (cr.) 3,400
Building 7,00,000
Machinery 1,20,000
Sundry debtors 1,56,000
Cash in hand 9,880
Cash at bank 1,45,340
Bills receivable 58,440
Purchases 8,55,220
Carriage outwards 12,910
Bad debts 6130
Discount (dr.) 6200
Sales return 2850

3 .(a) Explain the nature ,uses and limitations of Financial Statements
(b) Prepare a Trading Account of Mr. Anil for the year ending 31st March, 2009
Rs.
Purchases 3, 00,000
Sales 5, 00,000
Stock (April 1, 2008) 40,000
Wages 30,000
Return Outwards 3.000
Return inward 2,500
Freight and clearing charges 5.000
Additional information:-
Stock on 31st March, 2009 42,000

4 .Explain what is Bank Reconciliation statement? Draw a Proforma of a Bank Reconciliation statement with favorable balance as per cash book. Illustrate with the help of an example.

5 .Write Short notes on any three of the following.
a. Dual Aspect Concept
b. Cash book is Journal as well as Ledger. Explain
c. Accrued Income and Outstanding Expenses
d. Convention of Conservatism
e. Accounting Cycle

6 .B and C enter a joint venture to prepare a film for the Government. The Government agrees to pay Rs.1, 00,000.B contributes Rs.10, 000 and C contributes Rs. 15,000.These amounts are paid into a Joint Bank Account. Payments made out of the joint account were:
Purchase of equipment Rs.6000
Hire of equipment Rs.5, 000
Wages Rs.45, 000
Materials Rs.10, 000
Other expenses Rs.5, 000

B paid Rs.2, 000 as licensing fees. On completion, the film was found defective and Government made a deduction of Rs.10, 000.The equipment was taken over by C at a valuation of Rs.2, 000. Prepare P&L account in respect of the company.

7. Shakti International invited applications for 100,000 shares of Rs 10 each issued at a discount of 10% payable as follows:
Application Rs 4 per share
Allotment Rs 3
First call Re 1
Final call Balance amount

The company received applications for 140,000 shares and pro rata allotment was made for applications for 120,000 shares who had applied for 600 shares failed to pay amount due on allotment and his shares were forfeited after the first call. Subsequently after the final call, half of his shares were re-issued to K for Rs 11 per share. Journalize and prepare balance sheet in the books of Shakti International.

8. Anil sent on 1st July, 2006 to Rahul goods costing Rs.50,000 and spent Rs.1,000 on packing etc. On 3rd July 2006, Rahul received the goods and sent his acceptance to Anil for Rs.30,000 payable at 3 months. Rahul spent Rs.2,000 on freight and cartage,Rs 500 on godown rent and Rs.300 on insurance. On 31st December, 2006 he sent his Account Sales (along with the amount due to)Showing that 4/5 of the goods had been sold for Rs.55,000.Rahul is entitled to a commission of 10%.One of the customers turned insolvent and could not pay Rs.600 due from him. Show the necessary ledger accounts.

Section – B
Case study

X, Y and Z were partners in a firm sharing profits in the proportions of 1/2, 1/3 and 1/6 respectively. The Balance Sheet of the firm on 31st March 2001 was as follows:
Liabilities Amount Assets Amount
Trade creditors 15,000 Cash at bank 5,000
Employees provident fund 6,000 Debtors 40000
Reserve fund 18,000 Less: provision 2000 38,000
Capitals Stock 30,000
X 65,000 Investments 15,000
Y 30,000 Patents 10,000
Z 20,000 115000 Plant and machinery 50,000
Goodwill 6,000
1,54000 1,54,000

Z retired on the above date on the following terms:
a) Goodwill of the firm was valued at Rs. 30,000
b) Value of patents was to be reduced by 20% and that of plant & machinery to 90%.
c) Provision for doubtful debts was to be raised to 6 %.
d) Z took over the investments at a value of Rs.17,600.
e) Liability for workmen’s compensation to the extent of Rs. 375 is to be created.
f) Trade creditors to the extent of 2.5 % are not likely to claim their dues.
g) Amount due to Z is to be settled on the following basis:

50 % on retirement, 50 % of the balance to be paid in 2 equal half yearly installments carrying interest at 5 % p.a. and the balance by a Bill of Exchange (without interest) at 3 months.

The entire capital of the firm as newly constituted is fixed at Rs.100, 000 and the partners’ capital accounts are to be adjusted in the profit sharing ratio. Any excess is to be transferred to current account and any deficit is to be brought in cash

Questions:
Prepare Revaluation account, Partners’ Capital accounts and Balance Sheet of X & Y after Z’s retirement. Also prepare Z’s Loan account till it is fully paid.

Section – C

1. Which of the following would not be included on a balance sheet?
2. Remington provided the following information about its balance sheet:

Cash $ 100
Accounts receivable 500
Stockholders’ equity 700
Accounts payable 200
Bank loans 1,000
Based on the information provided, how much are Remington’s liabilities?
3. Which of the following statements best describes the purpose of financial accounting in a limited liability company?
4. Which of these items would be accounted for as an expense?
5. A company sells goods on credit valued at £25 000 to a customer. At what point in the sales cycle should this sale be recognized in the accounts?
6. Exe Ltd sells goods on credit to Wy Ltd for £3000. Which of the following accounting entries correctly records this transaction?
7. Which of the following equations properly represents a derivation of the fundamental accounting equation?
8. A business has the following transactions recorded in its sales ledger for 2001: £000 Debtors at 1 January 2001 25 Sales in 2001 345 Receipts from debtors 318 Credit notes raised in 2001 23 Which is the correct figure for debtors at 31 December 2001?
9. The financial position of the business on a given date is reported on the
10. The net profit or loss for a particular period of time is reported on the
11. Which of the following statements is correct?
12. Which of the following statements is correct in relation to a trial balance?
13. The investment of cash into the business results in a/an
14. A business has the following items extracted from its trial balance:
£000
Opening stock 10
Purchases 25
Sales 40
Expenses 10
In addition, its closing stock is valued at £15 000.
What is the correct figure for the business gross profit?
15. The purchase of supplies for cash will result in a/an
16. Which of the following accounting concepts are being followed when a company operates a provision
17. The double entry required to write off a specific bad debt is:
18. Services rendered for cash will result in a/an
19. Cash is received from a client for office rental space.
20. Keeping the records of the business separate from the personal records of the owner of the business is said to be adherence to which accounting principle or concept?
21. Which of the following is a formal written promise to pay a definite sum of money on demand or at a fixed or determinable future date?
22. Using lower of cost or net realisable value for the purpose of inventory valuation is the implementatation of which of the following concepts?
23. The concept of separate entity is applicable to which of the following businesses?
24. The revenue recognition principle dictates that all types pf revenue should be recognised or recorded when
25. which of the following is the time span into which the total life of a business is divided for the purpose of preparing financial statements?
26. The allocation of owner’s private expenses to his/her business violates which of the following?
27. Showing purchased office equipments in financial equipments is applicability of ?
28. Peter Atli decided to pay himself a salary of $3,000 per month for the work he performs for his business, a single proprietorship. Each time a cheque is recorded for $3,000, which account should be increased?
29. Tally package is developed by
30. We can change the Company Information from
31. The shortcut key to quit from Tally is
32. The shortcut used to activate calculator is
33. What should be credited, if salary is paid to Sohail?
34. The personal telephone bill of Junior Sample was paid by issuing a cheque from the business chequing account. No business calls had been made from Junior’s personal phone. What account must be charged for this transaction?
35. Which of the following is/are the example/s of Intangible Asset?
36. Which of the following is a FIRST product of accounting cycle?
37. What will be debited, if Mohsin commenced business with cash?
38. Assets are divided in which of the following categories in balance sheet.
39. What will be debited, if business purchased Vehicle on cash?
40. Franchise rights, goodwill and patents are the examples of:

Or

1. Which of the following is the activity which finance people are involved?
Options
Investing decisions
Operation decisions
Promotion decisions
Marketing decisions
2. Refers to part of current assets that fluctuates directly with changes in sales level.
Options
Financing
Investment
Permanent assets
Temporary assets

3. Profit and Loss Account is–
Options
Real Account
Nominal Account
Personal Account
None of the above

4. According to the accounting profession, which of the following would be considered a cash-flow item from a “financing” activity?
Options
A cash outflow to the government for taxes.
A cash outflow to repurchase the firm’s own common stock.
A cash outflow to lenders as interest.
A cash outflow to purchase bonds issued by another company

5. Which of these items would be accounted for as an expense?
Options
Repayment of a bank loan.
Dividends to stockholders
The purchase of land.
Payment of the current period’s rent.

6. Which of the following would not be included on a balance sheet?
Options
Accounts receivable.
Accounts payable
Sales.
Cash.

7. The requirement that only transaction data capable of being expressed in terms of money be included in the accounting records relates to the —
Options
Cost principle
Monetary unit assumption
Economic entity assumption
Both a & b

8. Revenue is generally recognized at the point of sales .Which principle is applied herein–
Options
Consistency principle
Matching principle
Revenue recognition principle
Cost principle

9. Petty cash fund is–
Options
Used to pay relatively small amounts
Reimbursed when the amount of money in the fund is reduced to a predetermined minimum amount
Established by estimating the amount of cash needed for disbursement of relatively small amounts during a specified period
All of the above

10. Which of the following errors will be disclosed in the preparation of a trial balance?
Options
Recording transactions in the wrong account.
Duplication of a transaction in the accounting records
Posting only the debit portion of a particular journal entry
Recording the wrong amount for a transaction to both the account debited and the account credited.
11. Book Value is–
Options
The amount that is due at the maturity or due date of a note.
The process of transferring the cost of natural resources to an expense account.
The cost of a fixed asset minus accumulated depreciation on the asset
The estimated value of a fixed asset at the end of its useful life.

12. An examination of the sources and uses of funds is part of–
a forecasting technique
A funds flow analysis
a ratio analysis
calculations for preparing the balance sheet

13. Which of the following is not a cash outflow for the firm?
Depreciation.
Dividends
Interest payments
Taxes

14. What must be known or estimated in order to calculate depreciation?
The estimated useful life of the asset to the company
The acquisition cost of the asset.
The estimated residual value of the asset.
All of the above

15. Information that goes into ________ can be used to help prepare ________.
a forecast balance sheet; a forecast income statement
forecast financial statements; a cash budget
a cash budget; forecast financial statements
a forecast income statement; a cash budget

16. Which of the following terms best relates to natural resources?
Depreciation.
Depletion.
Amortization.
Accrual

17. A debit may signify–
An increase in an asset account
A decrease in an asset account
An increase in a liability account
An increase in the owner’s capital Account

18. When a partnership firm is to be dissolved, the following account is opened in the ledger–
Revaluation Account
Profit and Loss Adjustment Account
Realisation Account
Profit and Loss Appropriation Account

19. Settlement of accounts on the dissolution of a partnership firm is governed by the following section of the Indian Partnership Act ,1932
2
49
48
10

20. A new partner brings in cash as his share of goodwill, this amount will be distributed among the old partners–
In the old profit sharing ratio
In the ratio of their capital
Equally
In the ratio of sacrifice of profit by them

21. In the absence of an agreement to the contrary, on drawings–

Options
No interest is to be charged
Interest @5% per annum is to be charged
Interest @6% per annum is to be charged
Interest @12% per annum is to be charged

22. For a charitable institution, subscriptions by its member constitute its—.

Options
Asset
Income
Expenditure
Liability

23. The most suitable method for providing depreciation on mines, oil wells and quarries–

Options
Straight line method
Depletion method
Annuity method
Machine hour rate method

24. In income and expenditure account, the excess of income over expenditure is called–

Options
Surplus
Deficit
Gross Profit
Net Profit

25. In consignment the risk of loss is borne by–

Options
The consignor only
The consignee only
The consignor as well as the consignee
Neither the consignor nor the consignee

26. Carriage Outward Account will appear on the–

Options
Debit side of the Trading Account
Debit side of the Profit and Loss Account
Credit side of the Trading Account
Credit side of the Profit and Loss Account

27. At the end of an accounting year, trade debtors total Rs.50, 000. Provisions for bad debts and discount on debtors are made @5% and @% respectively. Provisions on discount on debtors will be made for–

Options
Rs.1000
Rs.2,500
Rs.950
Rs.975

28. The primary record of a credit purchase of a fixed asset is made in–

Options
Cash Book
Sales Book
Purchases Book
Journal Proper

29. Which one of the following assets could be described as a current asset?

Options
Machinery to manufacture goods for resale
Stock of goods for resale
Buildings to house the machinery
Land on which the buildings stand

30. Which of the following equations properly represents a derivation of the fundamental accounting equation?

Options
Assets + Liabilities = Capital
Assets + Capital = Liabilities
Assets = Liabilities + Capital
Assets = Capital – Liabilities

31. If we take goods for own use we should —

Options
Debit Drawings Account: Credit Stock Account
Debit Purchases Account: Credit Drawings Account
Debit Sales Account: Credit Stock Account
Debit Drawings Account: Credit Purchases Account

32.Forfeited Shares Account is finally closed by the transfer of its balance to–

Options
Securities Premium Account
General Reserve Account
Debenture Sinking Fund Account
Capital Reserve Account

33. Capital Expenditure is–

Options
The costs of running the business on a day-to-day
Money spent on selling fixed assets
The extra capital paid in by the proprietor
Money spent on buying fixed assets or adding value to them

33. If it is required to maintain fixed capitals then the partners’ shares of profits must be–

Options
Credited to capital accounts
Debited to partners’ current accounts
Debited to capital accounts
Credited to partners’ current accounts

34. According to the money measurement concept, the following will be recorded in the books of accounts of the business–

Options
Health of the managing director of the company
Quality of the company’ goods
Value of plant and machinery
Dedicated and trusted employees

Sales made to Mahesh for cash should be debited to–

Options
Cash account
Mahesh account
Sales account
Purchase account

A bank reconciliation is prepared so that the difference in the under-mentioned balance is reconciled

Options
The difference in the balance of the bank and cash balances
The difference in the balance in the Pass Book in the beginning and at the end
The difference in the Pass Book and Cash Book balance
None of the above

In the absence of any provisions in the partnership agreement, profits and losses are shared by the partners–

Options
In the ratio of their capitals
Equally
In the ratio of loans given by them to the partnership firm
None of the above

Under the Written down value method, the amount of depreciation goes on _______ from year to year

Options
Decreasing
Increasing
Fluctuating
None of the above

How will the purchase of an asset on credit affect the accounting equation?

Options
It will decrease the assets and decrease the capital
It will decrease the assets and decrease the liabilities
It will increase the assets and decrease another asset
It will increase the assets and increase the liabilities
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B. Com. Principles & Practices of Management

Q1. What are the different levels of planning? Give examples

Q2. Define 10 roles that managers perform in organizations.

Q3. Describe the functions of management and the type of management activity associated with each.

Q4. Distinguish between the Line and Staff Authority.

Q5. Write short notes on any three of the following

Departmentalization

MBO process

Span of control

Managerial skills

Centralization

Q6. The Manager of a Fast – food restaurant was overheard saying “I believe that money is the best of all possible motivators” Discuss putting forward your view point.

Q7. Explain the relationship between organization structure and communication flow within the organization.

Q8. What a kind of decision is a Manager generally required taking in organization context? Explain with examples which of these correspond to ‘programmed’ and ‘non- programmed’

Case Study

A case of busy manager

You are the founding entrepreneurs of Highland Tall Company, a fast growing digital software company that specializes in home- consumer electronics. Business has been booming. In just 2 years you have hired 50 new software programmers to help develop a new range of software products. These people are young and experienced but are highly skilled and used to putting in long hours to make there idea succeed. The growth of your company has been swift that you still operate informally. As top managers, you have been absorbed in your own work that you have paid little attention to the issue of controlling your own company. You have allowed your programmers to find solutions to problems as they go along. They have also been allowed to form their own work groups. Unfortunately, there are signs that problems are arising.

Employees have complained that good performance is going unrewarded and unrecognized. They have also expressed concern that you are either too busy or not willing to listen to their new ideas and act on them. A bad atmosphere seems to be developing and several talented employees have already left the company.

You realize that you have done a poor job in controlling and directing your employees and that you need to develop a proper process for all functions in order to encourage the employees to stay with the company and perform well.

Q1. Analyze the case and find out the different problems prevailing in the organization.

Q2. Based on the problems you have analyzed, what are the solution to them and as a manger how would you overcome these problems?

  1. What is the planning horizon
  2. In which organizational form are there dual or multiple lines of authority?
  3. Frederick Taylor and Frank and Lillian Gilbreth were advocates of an approach to management involving the use of scientific method, known as
  4. Authority, discipline, unity of command, and unity of direction are
  5. Organization structure primarily refers to
  6. Strategic planning as a broad concept consists of-
  7. Some policies are imposed by external forces, such as
  8. While guiding organization members in appropriate directions, a manager exhibits
  9. Functional managers are responsible
  10. Policies are sometimes defined as a(n)
  11. Management is purposeful and what
  12. In general, if a policy is not thought out and established
  13. The problem-solving process begins with-
  14. The job design would be LEAST formal in a
  15. Which of the following is the determinant of organization structure?
  16. Which role of manager that needs to resolve major and minor crisis that may occur unexpectedly?
  17. Scalar chain refers to
  18. Who is the person was well known for the “Hawthorne Studies”?
  19. Which of the following is NOT a principle of management given by Taylor?
  20. Which of the following is the determinant of organization structure
  21. Which of the following is not an example of formal communication?
  22. The receiver filters messages based on all but the following
  23. In communications management, to assimilate through the mind or senses is the process of
  24. Group brainstorming encourages all of the following except
  25. All of the following are communication tools EXCEPT
  26. The communication process must have a medium to convey information between two or more parties. The three common media are ________
  27. Maslow and Herzberg are two examples of ___________ theories of motivation.
  28. Equity theory of motivation focuses on
  29. The decision-making model consists of four styles: directive, analytic, behavioral and_________
  30. ______ is a communication that flows from a higher level to one or more lower levels in the organization.
  31. ____ is an individual’s capacity to influence decisions.
  32. ________ is not one of the eight steps in the decision making process.
  33. Which of the following is not a basic function of the management process?
  34. Which type of decision making is carried out by lower level management and deals with specific day-to-day processes
  35. ______ is the process of getting results accomplished through others.
  36. What is the term used to define the number of subordinates directly controlled by a manager
  37. Which management theorist is responsible for the motivation-hygiene theory?
  38. Which management concept suggests that low-importance decisions be handled by subordinates, so that managers can focus on high-importance decisions?
  39. What is involved in communication process?
  40. All of the following are the levels of communication EXCEPT-

 

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