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Accountancy Important Questions of Class 12

Ch-10 Statement Analysis Tools and Accounting Ratios

  1. Operating cost – Operating Expenses = ?
    1. Net Profit
    2. Operating Profit
    3. Cost of Revenue from Operations
    4. Gross Profit
  2. Debt Equity Ratio is expressed in ______
    1. Percentage
    2. Fraction
    3. Time
    4. None of these
  3. Which of the following is a liquidity ratio?
    1. Quick ratio
    2. Inventory turnover
    3. P/E- ratio
    4. Equity multiplier
  4. Current Liabilities are not required to calculate the ……..
    1. Current Ratio
    2. Quick Ratio
    3. Both Current Ratio and Quick Ratio
    4. Interest Coverage Ratio
  5. Followings are the solvency ratio except
    1. Quick Ratio
    2. Proprietary Ratio
    3. Debt equity ratio
    4. Total Assets to Debt Ratio
  6. Calculate Interest Coverage Ratio from the following information

    Net Profit (after taxes) = Rs. 1,00,000

    Fixed interest charges on long term borrowing = Rs. 20,000

    Rate of Income Tax 50%

  7. Opening Stock Rs. 29,000; Closing Stock Rs. 31,000; Sales Rs. 3,20,000; Gross Profit Ratio 25% on sales. Calculate

    1. Inventory Turnover Ratio
    2. Average Age of Inventory.
  8. Calculate ‘Gross Profit Ratio’ from the following information:

    Net Revenue from Operations80,000
    Cost of Revenue from Operations60,000
    Operating Expenses10,000
    Indirect Expenses60,000
  9. In case a bill receivable is dishonoured, elucidate whether this ratio will improve, decline or will have no change if the current ratio is 2: 1.

  10. What do Solvency Ratios indicate?

  11. From the following information, calculate any two of the following ratios

    1. Current ratio
    2. Inventory Turnover ratio
    3. Debt equity ratio


    Revenue from operations (Net sales) Rs. 5,00,000, opening inventory Rs. 7,000, closing inventory Rs. 4,000 more than the opening inventory, net purchase Rs. 1,00,000 less than revenue from operations, operating expenses Rs. 30,000, liquid assets Rs. 75,000, prepaid expenses Rs. 2,000, current liabilities Rs. 60,000, 9% debentures Rs. 3,00,000, long-term loan from bank Rs. 1.00,000, equity share capital Rs. 10,00,000 and 8% preference share capital Rs. 2,00,000.

  12. The proprietary ratio of M Ltd is 0.80 : 1. State with reasons whether the following transactions will increase, decrease or not change the proprietary ratio.

    1. Obtained a loan from bank Rs. 2,00,000 payable after five years.
    2. Purchased machinery for cash Rs. 75,000
    3. Redeemed 5% redeemable preference shares Rs. 1,00,000.
    4. Issued equity shares to the vendors of machinery purchased for Rs. 4,00,000.
    1. The quick ratio of a company is 1.5 : 1. State with reason which of the following transactions would (a) increase (b) decrease or (c) not change the ratio
      1. Paid rent Rs. 3,000 in advance.
      2. Trade receivables included a debtor Shri Ashok who paid his entire amount due Rs. 9,700.
    2. From the following information compute ‘proprietary ratio’.
      InformationAmt (Rs.)
      Long-term borrowings2,00,000
      Long-term provisions1,00,000
      Current liabilities50,000
      Non-current assets3,60,000
      Current assets90,000
  13. Following information is extracted from the statement of profit and loss of gold coin Ltd. for the year ended 31st March, 2015:

    Particulars31st March 201531st March 2014
    Revenue from operationsRs. 60,00,000Rs. 45,00,000
    Employee benefit expensesRs. 30,00,000Rs. 22,50,000
    DepreciationRs. 7,50,000Rs. 6,00,000
    Other expensesRs. 15,50,000Rs. 10,00,000
    Tax rate30%30%

    Prepare a comparative statement of profit and loss.

Ch-10 Statement Analysis Tools and Accounting Ratios


    1. Cost of Revenue from Operations, Explanation: Operating cost is calculated by adding cost of goods sold and operating expenses. Therefore operating cost – operating expenses = cost of revenue from operations
    1. Fraction, Explanation: Debt Equity Ratio is expressed in Fraction, the formula will be debt/ equity
    1. Quick ratio, Explanation: Quick Ratio is also known as liquid ratio. Formula: Liquid Assets/ Current Liabilities
    1. Interest Coverage Ratio, Explanation: Interest coverage ratio is calculated by dividing a company’s earnings before interest and taxes by the company’s interest expenses for the same period.
    1. Quick Ratio, Explanation: Solvency ratios indicates the company’s ability to meet long term debts while quick ratio indicates the company’s ability to meet short term debts.
  1. Interest Coverage Ratio {tex}= \frac{{{\rm{Net Profit before Interest \Tax}}}}{{{\rm{Interest on Long Term Debt}}}}{/tex}Interest Coverage Ratio = {tex}\frac { R s .2,20,000 (W.N.)} { R s .20,000 }{/tex}= 11 Times Working Note :Calculation of Net Profit Before Interest And Tax :
    Profit After Tax= 1,00,000
    (+)Tax (50% of Profit before Tax)= 1,00,000
    Profit before Tax= 2,00,000
    (+)Interest= 20,000
    Profit before Interest and Tax= 2,20,000
  2. Inventory Turnover Ratio ={tex}\frac { \text { Cost of Sales } } { \text { Average Stock } } = \frac { 2,40,000 } { 30,000 }{/tex}= 8 times
    Cost of Sales = Sales – Gross Profit
    = Rs. 3,20,000 – 25% of 3,20,000
    =Rs. 3,20,000 – 80,000
    = Rs. 2,40,000
    Average Stock ={tex}\frac { 29,000 + 31,000 } { 2 }{/tex}= Rs. 30,000
    Average Age of Inventory= {tex}\frac { 365 } { \text { Inventory Turnover Ratio } } = \frac { 365 } { 8 }{/tex}= 46 days.
  3. Gross Profit Ratio = {tex}\frac { \text {Gross Profit} } { \text { Net Sales /Net Revenue from Operations } } \times 100{/tex}Gross profit= Rs. 80,000 – 60,000 = Rs. 20,000(20000/80000 × 100) = 25%
  4. No change. In case a bill receivable is dishonoured, the current ratio will have no change because it would not affect either, assets or current liabilities. Because bills receivable decreases and debtors increase by the same amount. To calculate the ratio, analysts compare a company’s current assets to its current liabilities.
  5. Solvency Ratios are calculated to judge the long-term solvency of the business. It indicates the ability of a business firm to meet its long term liabilities. It is calculated by dividing a company’s cash flow or after-tax net operating income by its total debt obligations.
  6. (i)For Current Ratio first there is a need to find the value of current assets than calculated as follows:-Current Ratio {tex}= \frac { \text { Current Assets } } { \text { Current Liabilities } }{/tex}
    {tex}= \frac { 88,000 } { 60,000 } = 1.47 : 1{/tex}
    *Current Assets = Liquid Assets + Closing Inventory ** + Prepaid Expenses
    = 75,000 + 11,000 + 2,000
    = Rs. 88,000
    **Closing Inventory = Opening Inventory + 4,000
    = 7,000 + 4,000
    = Rs. 11,000(ii)For Inventory Turnover Ratio first there is a need to find the value of Cost of goods sold & Average Inventory both than calculated as follows:-Inventory Turnover Ratio {tex}= \frac { \text { Cost of Revenue from Operations (Cost of goods sold) } } { \text { Average inventory } }{/tex}
    {tex}= \frac { 3,96,000 } { 9,000 } = 44{/tex} times.
    *Cost of Revenue from Operations = Opening Inventory + Net Purchases – Closing Inventory
    = 7,000 + (5,00,000 – 1,00,000) – 11,000 = Rs. 3,96,000
    **Average Inventory {tex}= \frac { \text { Opening Inventory } + \text { Closing Inventory } } { 2 }{/tex}
    {tex}= \frac { 7,000 + 11,000 } { 2 } = Rs. 9,000{/tex}(iii)For Debt Equity Ratio first there is a need to find the value of Debt & Equity both than calculated as follows:-Debt Equity Ratio {tex}= \frac { \text { Debt } } { { Equity } } or \frac { \text { Long-term Debts or Loans } } { \text { Shareholders’ Funds} }{/tex}{tex}= \frac { 4,00,000 } { 12,00,000 } = 0.33 : 1{/tex}
    *Long-term Debts = 9% Debentures + Long-term Loan from Bank
    = 3,00,000 + 1,00,000 = Rs. 4,00,000
    **Shareholders’ Funds = Equity Share Capital + Preference Share Capital
    = 10,00,000 + 2,00,000 = Rs. 12,00,000
    1. Decrease: Loan obtained from bank will increase the total assets but the shareholders’ funds will remain the same, so proprietary ratio will decrease.
    2. No change: Machinery purchased for cash will increase the total assets and simultaneously decrease the total assets, therefore proprietary ratio will remain unchanged.
    3. Decrease: Redemption of preference shares will decrease total assets and shareholders’ funds simultaneously, so proprietary ratio will decrease.
    4. Increase: Machinery purchased by issue of equity shares will increase total assets and shareholders’ funds simultaneously, so proprietary ratio will increase.

    Proprietory ratio establishes the relationship between proprietors funds and total assets. This ratio is computed as follows:

    Proprietory ratio= {tex}\frac{Proprietor’s\;Funds\;or\;shareholder’s\;funds}{Total\;assets}{/Tex}

    Proprietors funds = Liabilities Approach: Share capital + Reserves and Surplus

      1. Rent paid in advance is a current asset not quick assets therefore, cash is only going to reduce so will the quick assets and it will also bring reduction in quick ratio.
      2. No change will be seen in the ratio
        Reason: because there is a simultaneous increase and decrease in current assets by the same amount i.e. cash and trade receivables amounting to rupees 9700. Therefore current assets will be unaffected.
    1. Proprietary Ratio = (shareholders fund /Total assets) =(100000/450000) 0.22: 1
      Working notes: Calculation of Shareholders’ Funds
By Assets ApproachAmt (Rs.)
Non-current Assets3,60,000
Current Asset90,000
Total Assets4,50,000
(-) Current Liabilities(50,000)
(-) Long-term Borrowings(2,00,000)
(-) Long-term Provisions(1,00,000)
Shareholders’ FundsRs. 1,00,000
  • Comparative statement of Profit and Loss

    ParticularsNote No.31.03.1431.03.15Absolute changePercentage change
    (A)(B)(C) = (B-A)(D) = (C/A) x 100
    I. Revenue from operation45,00,00060,00,00015,00,00033.33%
    II. Expenses:
    Employee benefit expense22,50,00030,00,0007,50,00033.33%
    Other expenses10,00,00015,50,0005,50,00055%
    III. Profit before Tax (I-II)6,50,0007,00,00050,0007.69%
    Less : Tax (30%)1,95,0002,10,00015,0007.69%
    IV. Profit after tax (III-IV)4,55,0004,90,00035,0007.6%

Class 12 Accountancy Chapter Wise Practice Questions

  1. FS of Non profit Organisation
  2. Fundamentals of partnership and Goodwill
  3. Change in Profit sharing ratio of Partners
  4. Admission of a Partner
  5. Retirement or Death of a partner
  6. Dissolution of Partnership
  7. Accounting for share Capital
  8. Accounting for Debentures
  9. Financial Statements and Analysis
  10. Statement Analysis Tools and Accounting Ratios
  11. Cash Flow Statement

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