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**Mathematical expression of two financial items is known as**Mathematical Analysis

Mathematical expression

Ratio analysis

Ratio expression

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**a) Liquidity Ratio explain the liquidity Position of the concern****b) Current ratio express the short term liquidity of the Concern**Both the Statement are Correct

A is Correct but B is Wrong

B is Correct but A is Wrong

Both the Statement are Wrong

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**Which of the following ratios are the indicator of returns provided by business:**Efficiency

Profitability

Liquidity

None of these

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**Which of the following transaction will result in an increase in current ratio:**Goods costing $1000 sold on credit for $900

Goods costing $1000 sold on cash for $900

Goods costing $1000 sold in cash for $1100

None of these

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**If working capital of a company is nil, what will be the current ratio?**1:1

0:1

1:0

2:1

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**Liquid Assets= ?**CA- Prepaid expenses

CA- Inventory- Prepaid expenses

CA + Inventory- Prepaid expenses

CA- Inventory + Prepaid expenses

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**Which of the following is the correct formula for calculating Return on investments(ROI)**N.P. before interest but after tax *100/Capital employed

N.P. before interest and tax *100/Capital employed

N.P. after interest & tax *100/Capital employed

None of these

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**If COGS is $4,50,000****G.P. is 25% on sales****What will be the sales?**$5,00,000

$8,00,000

$3,00,000

$6,00,000

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**If current ratio is 3:1, liquid ratio is 2:1 stock is $50,000 . What will be the value of current assets ?**$200,000

Incomplete information

$50,000

$150,000

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**Efficiency ratios highlights:**How well assets and liabilities are managed

Measures how quickly assets can be converted to cash

Share of ownership in a company

A comparison of two amounts