JNTU II B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2008

JNTU II B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2008


( Common to Computer Science & Engineering, Information Technology

and Computer Science & Systems Engineering)



1. Briefly examine the different determinants for demand.


2. What do you mean by elasticity of demand and examine the concepts of elastic and inelastic demand.


3. A company makes a single product with a sales price of Rs 10 and a variable cost of Rs 6 per unit. Fixed costs are Rs.60,000.Calculate

(a) number of units to Break – even

(b) Break – Even scales

(c) sales to get a profit of Rs.10,000

(d) Profit – volume Ratio.


4. Discuss the various kinds of prices charged by the firm for their product?


5. Distinguish between a partnership & a joint stock company.


6. Consider the case of the company with the following two investment proposals, each costing 18 Lakhs. The details of the cash inflows are as follows:


Year       Project 1         Project 2

1            6,00,000         12,00,000

2           10,00,000        8,00,000

3           12,00,000        6,00,000


The cost of capital is 10% per year. Which are will you choose under NPU method?



7. Journalise the following transactions:



Jan. 1     Gopal started his business with the capital        10,000

Jan. 1     Furniture Rs.3,000 and stock                               2,000

Jan. 5     Deposited in Andhra Bank                                    8,000

Jan. 10   Goods purchased from Hari                                 7,000

Jan. 15   Goods sold to Srinivas on cash                            6,500

Jan. 17   Goods returned to Hari                                           400

Jan. 20   Commission Received                                            800

Jan. 30   Salaries Paid                                                        5,000

Jan. 31   Rent Paid                                                             2,000


8. What is meant by Ratio Analysis? Explain briefly various techniques of ratio analysis.


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