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Principles of Accounting

Summer Semester, BSSE 2nd

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1. The XYZ service engaged in the following transactions during the month of November 2017:

 Nov. 01: Issued 20,000 shares of common stock at $20 per share
 Nov. 03: Paid office rent for the moth of November $500.
 Nov. 06: Purchased office supplies $250.
 Nov. 12: Purchased office equipment on account $4,500
 Nov. 16: Purchased business car for $25,000. Paid $10,000 cash and issued a note for the balance.
 Nov. 21: Billed clients $24,000 on account.
 Nov. 25: Declared dividends $3,000. The amount of dividends will be distributed in December.
 Nov. 28: Paid utility bills for the month of November $180.
 Nov. 29: Received $20,000 cash from clients billed on November 21.
 Nov. 30: Paid salary for the month of November $7,500

Required: Record the above transactions in a general journal.


2. The transactions for the year 2000 for Comfort Furniture Co. have been recorded in the accounting
system. This assignment requires you to prepare adjusting entries for Comfort Furniture Co. for
December 2000.
Dec. 31 Wages owed but unpaid at the end of December were $5,000.
Dec. 31 The company signed a 12%, six-month note for $6,000 on November 1, 2000.
No interest has been recorded for November and December.
Dec. 31 Service provided to a customer for $350 has not been recorded.
Dec. 31 Advertising cost of $90 for December has not been recorded.
3. Prepare Trial Balance of XYZ services of Q No 1
4. Define the Term “Accounting Cycle”, elaborate the various steps involve in accounting cycle.
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Summer Semester, BCS 3rd

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1) Differentiate between Marketing and Distribution; discuss the Historical

development of Marketing.

2) On how many bases a market is segmented? Explain the conditions for effective

market segmentation.

3) "Marketing Mix is the blending of decisions in Four areas" confer it in detail.

4) "Family buying has the strongest and enhancing influence on person" argue it.

5) In how many categories a product is classified? Give the detail about Consumer

Goods.
STATISTICS
Summer Semester, BScs 3rd

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1. The following data are the average weekly mortgage interest rates for a 40 week period.

7.29 7.23 7.11 6.78 7.47 6.69 6.77 6.57 6.80 6.88 6.98 7.16
7.30 7.24 7.16 7.03 6.90 7.16 7.40 7.05 7.28 7.31 6.87 7.68
7.03 7.17 6.78 7.08 7.12 7.31 7.40 6.35 6.96 7.29 7.16 6.97
6.96.1 7.02 7.13 6.84.
Construct a frequency distribution of these data. Calculate and display the class midpoint,

tally bar and also class bounds.

2. Calculate the A.M by using all the Methods

Class interval of 1% Frequency f


12.0 – 12.9 1
13.0 – 13.9 0
14.0 – 14.9 1
15.0 – 15.9 1
16.0 – 16.9 4
17.0 – 17.9 6
18.0 – 18.9 8
19.0 – 19.9 3
20.0 – 20.9 3
21.0 – 21.9 1
22.0 – 22.9 1

3. Calculate the A.M, G.M and H.M of the following observations and show that A.M>G.M>H.M
32 35 36 37 39 41 43
4. LAST and EXAM are two stocks traded on the New York Stock Exchange. For the past eight
weeks you have been tracking the Friday closing price (in dollars per share):
LAST: 86 87 81 80 89 84 85 84
EXAM: 74 74 72 79 88 71 77 72
a) Compute the range, sample standard deviation, and sample variance for LAST.
b) Compute the range, sample standard deviation, and sample variance for EXAM.
c) Calculate the coefficient of variation for both stocks and comment on your calculations
5. In a partially destroyed laboratory record of an analysis of regression data , the following results
are only legible:
Variance of x = 9
Regression equation: 8x – 10y + 66 = 0 and 40x – 18y =214
Find on the basis of above information
a) The mean value of x and y
b) Coefficient of correlation between x and y and
c) Standard deviation of y.
Differential and Integral Calculus
Summer Semester

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1. The three points A, B and C have coordinates (1,0), (4,4) and (13,5) respectively. By how
many units does the length of AC exceed the length of AB?

2. Use the method of completing the square to show that the solution of ax2 + bx + c =0 are

−𝑏±√𝑏2 −4𝑎𝑐
given by 𝑥 = 2𝑎

3. Two straight lines L1 and L2 have equations

x-1/3 = y+1/-2 and x-4 /4 =y-1/6 respectively. Express each equation in the form y= mx+c
and hence show that L1 and L2 are perpendicular.

4. Solve the following equation through the Matrix


7x + 2y + z = 21
3y − z =5
−3x +4y − 2z = −1

5. Find Out the Differential of the following (apply differential rule where needed)

5x 2 3
x 2
1) f ( x )  3x 2 ( 4  5 x ) 2) y 3 3) f ( x) 
x 1 3
x2  x