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Q1           Score:  1.33
 Total correlation
 Partial correlation
 Multiple correlation
Q2           Score:  1.33
 i and v
 ii and iii
 i, ii and iv
 all of the above
Q3           Score:  1.33
 Factor block design
 Latin square design
 Randomized block design
 Completely randomized design
Q4           Score:  1.33
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 2 4 3 1
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 3 1 4 2
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 1 2 3 4
Q5           Score:  1.33
 only a
 only b
 both a & b
 all of the above
Q6           Score:  1.33
 occurred cost
 mean cost
 opportunity costs
 weighted cost
Q7           Score:  1.33
 a) (b) (c) (d) 1 2 3 4
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 5 1 4 3
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 3 1 2 4
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 3 2 4 1
Q8           Score:  1.33
 sampling constant
 sampling interval
 sampling difference
  sampling fraction
Q9           Score:  1.33
 Independent Investment project
 No capital Budget constraints
 No time disparity
 None of the above.
Q10           Score:  1.33
Q11           Score:  1.33
 Free Export management act
  Foreign Exchange management act
 Foreign Exchange monitoring act
Q12           Score:  1.33
 cost of inflation
 cost of debt and equity
 cost of opportunity
Q13           Score:  1.33
 both a &b
 only c
 both a & c
 all of the above
Q14           Score:  1.33
Q15           Score:  1.33
 calculating capital structure
 calculating cost of equity capital
 calculating dividend yield on equity share
 All of the above
Q16           Score:  1.33
 fixed output
 variable output
 breakeven number of units
Q17           Score:  1.33
 change in net working capital
 change in current assets
 change in current liabilities
Q18           Score:  1.33
 Socialist Economic system
 Capitalist Economic system
 Mixed Economic System
 Communist Economic System
Q19           Score:  1.33
Q20           Score:  1.33
 In-depth interviews
 Controlled experiment
 All of the above
Q21           Score:  1.33
 Tangible assets
 Intangible assets
 Fixed assets
Q22           Score:  1.33
 0 to 1.5
 1.5 to 3
 3 to 4.5
Q23           Score:  1.33
 only a
 only a& d
 b & a
 only d
Q24           Score:  1.33
 Economic growth
 Setting of heavy industries
Q25           Score:  1.33
Q26           Score:  1.33
 increase in future value
 decrease in future value
 increase in total wealth
 decrease in total wealth
Q27           Score:  1.33
Q28           Score:  1.33
 Karl Pearson
 Least square method
Q29           Score:  1.33
 NRI accounts
 None of the above
Q30           Score:  1.33
 only a
 only b
 b & a
 All of the above
Q31           Score:  1.33
 i, ii, iii and iv
 ii, i, iv and v
 iii, iv, v and vi
 All of the above
Q32           Score:  1.33
 Ratio to trend method
 Method of least squares
 Method of moving averages
Q33           Score:  1.33
 Accurate records
 Good records
 Minimal records
Q34           Score:  1.33
 foreign effects
 weighted effects
Q35           Score:  1.33
 i, ii, iii and iv
 ii, iii, iv and v
 iii, iv, v and vi
 all of the above
Q36           Score:  1.33
 Profit and Loss account
 Manufacturing Account
 Marketing Account
 None of the above
Q37           Score:  1.33
Q38           Score:  1.33
 United nations conference on trade and deficit
 United nations conference on trade and development
 Union of nations cause for trade and development
 United nations committee on Tariff and Development
Q39           Score:  1.33
 To increase liquidity in economy
 To promote price stability
 To minimize the inequalities of income and wealth
 To promote employment opportunities
Q40           Score:  1.33
Q41           Score:  1.33
 16 and 4
 12 and 8
 10 and 10
Q42           Score:  1.33
 Operational Research
 Budgetary control
 Financial Administration
Q43           Score:  1.33
 Deficit financing
 Statutory liquidity Ratio
 Cash reserve ratio
Q44           Score:  1.33
 Asset turnover ratio
 Working Capital turnover ratio
 Inventory turnover ratio
 All of the above
Q45           Score:  1.33
 Current assets / Current liabilities
 Current liabilities / Current assets
 Inventory / Current liabilities
Q46           Score:  1.33
 Cost of Debt
 Cost of Equity
 a & b
Q47           Score:  1.33
 Friedman test
 Kruskal Wallis test
 Cochran test
Q48           Score:  1.33
 None of the above
Q49           Score:  1.33
Q50           Score:  1.33
 Brand image
 Highlighting Specific Features
 All of the above
Q51           Score:  1.33
 only a
 both a & c
 All of the above
 only c
Q52           Score:  1.33
 i and ii
 i, ii and iii
 i, ii and iv
Q53           Score:  1.33
 only a
 only b
 b & a
 all of the above
Q54           Score:  1.33
Q55           Score:  1.33
 (iii) and (iv)
 (iii) and (iv)
 (i) and (ii)
Q56           Score:  1.33
Q57           Score:  1.33
 Time series analysis
 Cross-sectional analysis
 Spatial data analysis
Q58           Score:  1.33
 only a
 both a &c
 both a & b
 all of the above
Q59           Score:  1.33
 equilibrium goods
 non-equilibrium goods
 durable goods
 non-durable goods
Q60           Score:  1.33
 only a
 only b
 both a & b
 All of the above
Q61           Score:  1.33
Q62           Score:  1.33
 International liquidity
 Special Drawing Right
 International Monetary Fund
Q63           Score:  1.33
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 2 3 4 1
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 1 2 3 4
 (a) (b) (c) (d) 1 3 2 4
Q64           Score:  1.33
 Increase in social activities
 Increase in economic activities
 Utilisation of natural resource
Q65           Score:  1.33
 Actual pictures
 None of the above
Q66           Score:  1.33
 Method of semi averages
 Method of growth curves
 Link relative method
Q67           Score:  1.33
 only a
 only b
 both a & b
 only c
Q68           Score:  1.33
 only b
 only a
 both a & b
Q69           Score:  1.33
 Perfect competition
Q70           Score:  1.33
 Average cost
 Marginal cost
 Fixed cost
 Unit cost
Q71           Score:  1.33
 covert ability
 inflation premium
Q72           Score:  1.33
 interest rate
 future value
 present value
Q73           Score:  1.33
Q74           Score:  1.33
 up and to the left
 up and to the right
 down and to the left
 down and to the right
Q75           Score:  1.33
 Assertion (A) and Reason (R) both are true
 Assertion (A) is true but Reason (R) is not true
 Assertion (A) is not true but Reason (R) is true
 Assertion (A) and Reason (R) both are untrue


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