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Liquidity ratios are used : A. to measure a firms ability to meet short-cut obligations. B. to compare short term obligations to short-term resources available to meet these obligations. C. to obtain much insight into the present cash solvency of the firm and the firm’s ability to remain solvent in the event of adversity. D. All of these.The ratio of current assests to current liabilities is known as A. Liquidity ratio B. Current ratio C. Acid-Test (or Quick) ratio D. Debts ratio.The more critical (or severe) test of the firm’s liquidity can be judged by : A. Liquidity ratio B. Current ratio C. Acid-Test (or Quick) ratio D. Debts ratio

Liquidity ratios are used :A. to measure a firms ability to meet short-cut obligations.B. to compare short term obligations to short-term resources available to meet these obligations.C. to obtain much insight into the present cash solvency of the firm and the firm’s ability to remain solvent in the event of adversity.D. All of these The …

Liquidity ratios are used : A. to measure a firms ability to meet short-cut obligations. B. to compare short term obligations to short-term resources available to meet these obligations. C. to obtain much insight into the present cash solvency of the firm and the firm’s ability to remain solvent in the event of adversity. D. All of these.The ratio of current assests to current liabilities is known as A. Liquidity ratio B. Current ratio C. Acid-Test (or Quick) ratio D. Debts ratio.The more critical (or severe) test of the firm’s liquidity can be judged by : A. Liquidity ratio B. Current ratio C. Acid-Test (or Quick) ratio D. Debts ratio Read More »

The key to profitable operation for project cost control, is A. To keep the project cost equal to original cost estimate, B. To keep the project cost equal to subsequent construction budget. C. To keep the project cost within the cost budget and knowing when and where job costs are deviating. D. None of these.Pick up the main purpose of project cost control from the following : A. To signal immediate warning of uneconomic operations B. To provide a feed back to the estimator C. To promote cost consciousness D. All of these.Pick up the correct statement from the following : A. The financial ratio summarises some aspect of the firm’s financial condition at the time of preparing a balance sheet. B. Both the numerator and denominator of financial ratios come directly from the balance sheet. C. Income statement ratios compare one ‘flow’ item from the income statement to another flow item from the income statement. D. All of these.Pick up the ratio which gives us sufficient information by which to judge the financial condition and performance of the firm, from the following : A. Liquidity ratio B. Financial leverage ratio C. Activity ratio D. None of these

The key to profitable operation for project cost control, isA. To keep the project cost equal to original cost estimate,B. To keep the project cost equal to subsequent construction budget.C. To keep the project cost within the cost budget and knowing when and where job costs are deviating.D. None of these Pick up the main …

The key to profitable operation for project cost control, is A. To keep the project cost equal to original cost estimate, B. To keep the project cost equal to subsequent construction budget. C. To keep the project cost within the cost budget and knowing when and where job costs are deviating. D. None of these.Pick up the main purpose of project cost control from the following : A. To signal immediate warning of uneconomic operations B. To provide a feed back to the estimator C. To promote cost consciousness D. All of these.Pick up the correct statement from the following : A. The financial ratio summarises some aspect of the firm’s financial condition at the time of preparing a balance sheet. B. Both the numerator and denominator of financial ratios come directly from the balance sheet. C. Income statement ratios compare one ‘flow’ item from the income statement to another flow item from the income statement. D. All of these.Pick up the ratio which gives us sufficient information by which to judge the financial condition and performance of the firm, from the following : A. Liquidity ratio B. Financial leverage ratio C. Activity ratio D. None of these Read More »

Which method is adopted to develop an approximate or conceptual estimate for perimeter works for buildings from the followings: A. Based unit method B. Cost per function method C. Cost per square metre method D. Cost per linear metre method.The estimate based on a detailed quantity survey and furnishers the most accurate and reliable estimate possible is known as A. Conceptual estimate B. Definitive estimate C. Probabilistic estimate D. None of these.The estimate for definitive estimates must be able : A. and an all-around construction expert. B. to read the plans and specifications to determine accurate quantities of permanent materials and installed equipment. C. to express the job material requirements in dimensions suitable for costing and construction supplies, D. None of these

Which method is adopted to develop an approximate or conceptual estimate for perimeter works for buildings from the followings:A. Based unit methodB. Cost per function methodC. Cost per square metre methodD. Cost per linear metre method The estimate based on a detailed quantity survey and furnishers the most accurate and reliable estimate possible is known …

Which method is adopted to develop an approximate or conceptual estimate for perimeter works for buildings from the followings: A. Based unit method B. Cost per function method C. Cost per square metre method D. Cost per linear metre method.The estimate based on a detailed quantity survey and furnishers the most accurate and reliable estimate possible is known as A. Conceptual estimate B. Definitive estimate C. Probabilistic estimate D. None of these.The estimate for definitive estimates must be able : A. and an all-around construction expert. B. to read the plans and specifications to determine accurate quantities of permanent materials and installed equipment. C. to express the job material requirements in dimensions suitable for costing and construction supplies, D. None of these Read More »

Which one of the following questions is relevant to the construction estimates : A. Did the estimators precisely evaluate site conditions ? B. Did the estimators use short cut methods which may be unrealistic in their situation ? C. how much money will be contractor’s is, loosing if he were to submit bid on the raw estimate of cost. D. All of these.Pick up the correct reason for making conceptual (or preliminary) estimate from the following : A. To have a check on a definitive cost estimate, B. To check qoutations from contractors and/or sub contractors, C. To compute target estimate for the owner while drawings and specifications are in initial stage D. All of these. Pick up the correct method adopted for developing the approximate or conceptual estimates from the following : A. Based unit method B. Cost per function method C. Cost per square metre D. All of these

Which one of the following questions is relevant to the construction estimates :A. Did the estimators precisely evaluate site conditions ?B. Did the estimators use short cut methods which may be unrealistic in their situation ?C. how much money will be contractor’s is, loosing if he were to submit bid on the raw estimate of …

Which one of the following questions is relevant to the construction estimates : A. Did the estimators precisely evaluate site conditions ? B. Did the estimators use short cut methods which may be unrealistic in their situation ? C. how much money will be contractor’s is, loosing if he were to submit bid on the raw estimate of cost. D. All of these.Pick up the correct reason for making conceptual (or preliminary) estimate from the following : A. To have a check on a definitive cost estimate, B. To check qoutations from contractors and/or sub contractors, C. To compute target estimate for the owner while drawings and specifications are in initial stage D. All of these. Pick up the correct method adopted for developing the approximate or conceptual estimates from the following : A. Based unit method B. Cost per function method C. Cost per square metre D. All of these Read More »

Which one of the following is not a construction estimate? A. Initial feasibility estimate B. Conceptual preliminary budget C. Definite estimate D. None of these. Keeping in view, the feasibility order of magnitude, the preliminary, conceptual or budget estimates, are prepared by: A. architect/engineer B. construction manager C. owner himself/herself D. construction manager. Probabilistic estimating of a construction project includes : A. Labour B. Productivity C. wage scale D. All of these

Which one of the following is not a construction estimate?A. Initial feasibility estimateB. Conceptual preliminary budgetC. Definite estimateD. None of these  Keeping in view, the feasibility order of magnitude, the preliminary, conceptual or budget estimates, are prepared by:A. architect/engineerB. construction managerC. owner himself/herselfD. construction manager  Probabilistic estimating of a construction project includes :A. LabourB. ProductivityC. …

Which one of the following is not a construction estimate? A. Initial feasibility estimate B. Conceptual preliminary budget C. Definite estimate D. None of these. Keeping in view, the feasibility order of magnitude, the preliminary, conceptual or budget estimates, are prepared by: A. architect/engineer B. construction manager C. owner himself/herself D. construction manager. Probabilistic estimating of a construction project includes : A. Labour B. Productivity C. wage scale D. All of these Read More »

Renu Bala deposits Rs 1200 now Rs 800 two year from now and Rs 1000 five years from now. If the savings bank’s rate of interest in 5%, she will receive an amount of Rs X 10 years from now, where X is A. Rs 3415 B. Rs 4225 C. Rs 4413 D. Rs 4826.Ratio analysis of a construction firm is used for analysis by : A. share holders B. firm’s management C. Banks of the firm D. financial analysis.The financial analysis helps to judge : A. The operational efficiency of the firm B. The financial position of the firm. C. Both (a) and (b) D. Neither (a) nor (b).The financial analysis : A. helps a share holder to compare the expected return on his investment in the firm against the expected return from other alternative investment. B. helps a bank to know the financial position of the firm for granting a loan to the firm. C. helps to judge the success of the firm’s financial plans. D. All of these.

 Renu Bala deposits Rs 1200 now Rs 800 two year from now and Rs 1000 five years from now. If the savings bank’s rate of interest in 5%, she will receive an amount of Rs X 10 years from now, where X isA. Rs 3415B. Rs 4225C. Rs 4413D. Rs 4826 Ratio analysis of a …

Renu Bala deposits Rs 1200 now Rs 800 two year from now and Rs 1000 five years from now. If the savings bank’s rate of interest in 5%, she will receive an amount of Rs X 10 years from now, where X is A. Rs 3415 B. Rs 4225 C. Rs 4413 D. Rs 4826.Ratio analysis of a construction firm is used for analysis by : A. share holders B. firm’s management C. Banks of the firm D. financial analysis.The financial analysis helps to judge : A. The operational efficiency of the firm B. The financial position of the firm. C. Both (a) and (b) D. Neither (a) nor (b).The financial analysis : A. helps a share holder to compare the expected return on his investment in the firm against the expected return from other alternative investment. B. helps a bank to know the financial position of the firm for granting a loan to the firm. C. helps to judge the success of the firm’s financial plans. D. All of these. Read More »

The sunk cost include : A. a past expenditure B. an unrecovered balance C. an invested capital that cannot be retrieved D. All of these.In a cash flow series : A. uniform gradient signifies that an income or disbursement changes by the same amount in each interest period. B. Either an increase or a decrease in the amount of a cash flow is called the gradient. C. The gradient in the cash flow may be positive or negative. D. All of these.If a is the base amount expenditure, b is the increase in the operation cost? each year over a period of n years, the total cost of maintenance is : A. a + (n + 1)b B. a + (n ? 1)b C. ax (n ? 1)b D. a ? (n ? 1)b

The sunk cost include :A. a past expenditureB. an unrecovered balanceC. an invested capital that cannot be retrievedD. All of these In a cash flow series :A. uniform gradient signifies that an income or disbursement changes by the same amount in each interest period.B. Either an increase or a decrease in the amount of a …

The sunk cost include : A. a past expenditure B. an unrecovered balance C. an invested capital that cannot be retrieved D. All of these.In a cash flow series : A. uniform gradient signifies that an income or disbursement changes by the same amount in each interest period. B. Either an increase or a decrease in the amount of a cash flow is called the gradient. C. The gradient in the cash flow may be positive or negative. D. All of these.If a is the base amount expenditure, b is the increase in the operation cost? each year over a period of n years, the total cost of maintenance is : A. a + (n + 1)b B. a + (n ? 1)b C. ax (n ? 1)b D. a ? (n ? 1)b Read More »

Pick up the correct statement for the following : A. The capital required to get a project started, is called first cost. B. The costs associated with a new or existing project that remain unaffected by the changes in activity level over the normal range of operation of the project, are called fixed costs. C. The group of costs that vary proportionately to the changes in the activity level of a new or existing project are called variable costs. D.All of these.Pick up the correct statement from the following: A. The capital required to get a project started is the first cost. B. The first cost is a single cash flow or a series of cash flows that are made in the beginning of the activity’s life span C. The first cost of purchasing a car is the sum of the down payment, taxes and dealers charges. D. All of these

Pick up the correct statement for the following :A. The capital required to get a project started, is called first cost.B. The costs associated with a new or existing project that remain unaffected by the changes in activity level over the normal range of operation of the project, are called fixed costs.C. The group of …

Pick up the correct statement for the following : A. The capital required to get a project started, is called first cost. B. The costs associated with a new or existing project that remain unaffected by the changes in activity level over the normal range of operation of the project, are called fixed costs. C. The group of costs that vary proportionately to the changes in the activity level of a new or existing project are called variable costs. D.All of these.Pick up the correct statement from the following: A. The capital required to get a project started is the first cost. B. The first cost is a single cash flow or a series of cash flows that are made in the beginning of the activity’s life span C. The first cost of purchasing a car is the sum of the down payment, taxes and dealers charges. D. All of these Read More »

Pick up the element of the cost from the following : A. direct material B. direct labour C. over head D. All of these.The wages of supervisors and material handlers are charges ad A. Over head B. direct labour cost C. indirect labour cost D. None of these. Pick up the correct statement from the following: total-head in rupees for period A. Over head rate direct labour in rupees for period B. Over head cost per unit -= Overhead ratio x direct labour cost/unit C. both (a) and (b) D. neither (a) nor (b)

Pick up the element of the cost from the following :A. direct materialB. direct labourC. over headD. All of these The wages of supervisors and material handlers are charges adA. Over headB. direct labour costC. indirect labour costD. None of these  Pick up the correct statement from the following: total-head in rupees for periodA. Over …

Pick up the element of the cost from the following : A. direct material B. direct labour C. over head D. All of these.The wages of supervisors and material handlers are charges ad A. Over head B. direct labour cost C. indirect labour cost D. None of these. Pick up the correct statement from the following: total-head in rupees for period A. Over head rate direct labour in rupees for period B. Over head cost per unit -= Overhead ratio x direct labour cost/unit C. both (a) and (b) D. neither (a) nor (b) Read More »

In a cash-flow diagram : A. Time 0 is considered to be the present B. Time 1 is considered to be the end of time period 1. C. A vertical arrow pointing up indicates a positive cash flow D. All of these.A person took a loan for Rs 100,000 for 10 years at 11% compound interest. The person desires to pay off the amount in 10 equal annual instalments. The amount of each instalment is: A. Rs 5638 B. Rs 6638 C. Rs 7738 D.None of these. Present,worth Annuity (PWA) is generally known as A. Premium annuities B. Income annuities C. Future annuities D. All of these

In a cash-flow diagram :A. Time 0 is considered to be the presentB. Time 1 is considered to be the end of time period 1.C. A vertical arrow pointing up indicates a positive cash flowD. All of these A person took a loan for Rs 100,000 for 10 years at 11% compound interest. The person …

In a cash-flow diagram : A. Time 0 is considered to be the present B. Time 1 is considered to be the end of time period 1. C. A vertical arrow pointing up indicates a positive cash flow D. All of these.A person took a loan for Rs 100,000 for 10 years at 11% compound interest. The person desires to pay off the amount in 10 equal annual instalments. The amount of each instalment is: A. Rs 5638 B. Rs 6638 C. Rs 7738 D.None of these. Present,worth Annuity (PWA) is generally known as A. Premium annuities B. Income annuities C. Future annuities D. All of these Read More »