Lecturer Commerce Most Important MCQs Online Test No. 49

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Commerce
Subject Commerce Test 49
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Commerce Online Test No. 49

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 Which of the following is a cost behavior-oriented approach to product costing?

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Period costs are:

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When fixed cost is Rs.7,000 , profit Rs.3,000 and sales Rs.50,000, the P/V ratio will be:

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When P/V ratio is 40% and  sales value Rs.10,000 ,the variable cost will be:

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An item whose entire amount is usually a differential cost is:

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When sales volume increases:

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When margin of safety is 20% and contribution sales ratio is 60% the profit will be:

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Which of the following would cause the greatest increase in the unit contribution margin:

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When total fixed cost is Rs.50.000 and variable cost to sales is 75%, the break even point is:

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The process cost system, the unit cost in computed for a:

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When profit changes by Rs.20,000, the sales changes by Rs.25,000, the P/V ratio is:

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When fixed cost is Rs. 10,000 and P/V ratio is 50% , the break even point will be:

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In order to earn a profit of Rs. 10,000, when fixed cost is Rs.20,000 and P/V ratio 20%, the amount of sales should be:

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On sales of Rs.2,00,000 fixed cost is Rs. 30,000 and P/V ratio is 40% what is the profit?

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The margin of safety may be improved by:

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One of the primary differences between marginal costing and absorption costing is regarding the treatment of:

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If net profit is 10% and P/V ratio is 50%, the margin of safety will be:

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When fixed cost is Rs.20,000 and margin of safety is Rs.10,000, the P/V ratio will be:

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A costing method in which the fixed factory overheads are added to inventory valuation is:

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The alternative that would decrease the contribution margin per unit the most is a 20%:

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Contribution margin is equal to:

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Profit/Volume ratio is an indicator of:

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When sales are Rs.80,000 and P/V ratio is 80%, the amount of variable cost is:

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In a process cost system, the unit cost is computed for a:

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Contribution margin is also known as:

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