Cash Flow Analysis Of Hindustan Unilever

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MGT557: Accounting for Business Decision-II Homework-I (Part-I)

MBA (Hons)-Q1902 & Q1903

Q.1 (A) Explain BEP and calculate Break Even Point (BEP) from the following data:-

Selling price per unit Rs.20

Variable cost per unit Rs.15

Fixed overheads Rs.20,000

If sales are 20% above BEP. Determine the net profit.

(B) Explain and find out the following with the given data

(a) Sales

(b) New BEP sales, if selling price reduced by 10%

Fixed cost Rs.4,000

Break even sales Rs.20,000

Profit Rs.1,000

Selling price per unit Rs.20.

Q.2 Fill in the blanks each of the following independent situations:

A

B

C

D

E

Selling price per unit

Variable cost per unit

No of units sold

Marginal contribution

Fixed cost

Profit/loss

-

60

10,000

Rs.20,000

Rs,12,000

-

Rs.50

-

4,000

Rs.80,000

-

Rs.20,000

Rs.20

75

-

-

Rs.1,20,000

Rs.30,000

-

75

6,000

Rs.25,000

Rs.10,000

-

Rs.30

-

5,000

Rs.50,000

-

Rs.15,000

POR Ltd. Report the following results for the year ended 31st March,2008

Sales Rs.2,00,000,Variable cost Rs.1,20,000, Fixed cost Rs.50,000, Net Profit Rs.30,000. Construct a Profit Volume graph and also verify the same with the mathematical analysis.

Q.3 From the following particulars calculate material cost variance; material usage and material price variance:

Quantity of material purchased 3,000 units

Value of material purchased Rs. 9,000/-

Std. Quantity of materials required per tonne of finished product 25 units

Std. Rate of material Rs. 2/- per unit.

Opening stock of raw material NIL

Closing stock of raw material 500 units

Finished production during the period 80 tones

Q.4 (A) A company earned a profit of Rs30,000 during the year2007-08. If marginal cost

and selling price of the...

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