# MCQ Question for Accountancy Class 11 With Answers Chapter 11 Accounts from Incomplete Records

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## Accounts from Incomplete Records Class 11 Accountancy MCQs Questions with Answers

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Question. Accounting equation is
a. Assets = Liabilities +Capital
b. Assets = Liabilities – Capital
c. Liabilities = Assets –Capital
d. Capital = Assets + Liabilities

A

Question. Which one of the following is the correct formula of COGS.
a. Opening stock+ purchase + direct expenses – closing stock
b. Opening stock – purchase+ direct expenses – closing stock
c. Opening stock + purchase + direct expenses + closing stock
d. All of the above.

A

Question. Credit sale can be ascertained as the balancing figure of accounts
a. Total creditors account
b. Total debtors accounts
c. Cash account
d. Statement of affair

B

Question. Opening and closing balance of Mr. X’s capital a/c is Rs.6, 00,000 and Rs.10, 00,000 respectively. Total profit of Rs.5,00,000 earned, Drawings during the year were
a. Rs.50,000
b. Rs.1,00,000
c. Rs.4,00,000
d. Rs.5,00,000

B

Question. Limitation of accounting from incomplete records
a. Unscientific system
b. Difficulty in preparing final account
c. Preparation of trial balance is not possible
d. All of the above

D

Question. Single entry system of book keeping is
a. Inaccurate
b. Unscientific
c. Unsystematic
d. All of the above

D

Question. On March 31, 2018 assets and liabilities of Mr. Shyam were Rs.10, 00,000 and Rs.1,50,000 respectively . On March 31, 2019 assets and liabilities are Rs.12,00,000 and Rs.50,000 respectively , Total Drawing during the year 2018-19 were Rs. 40,000 .Profit earned by shyam during the year is ……..
a. 3,40,000
b. 3,50,000
c. 3,00,000
d. None of the above

A

Question. Credit purchase can be ascertained as the balancing figure of accounts
a. Total creditors account
b. Total debtors accounts
c. Cash account
d. Statement of affair

A

Question. Which one of the following is the correct formula of ascertaining profit or loss.
a. Closing capital + Drawing + additional capital – opening capital
b. Closing capital + Drawing – additional capital – opening capital
c. Closing capital – Drawing + additional capital – opening capital
d. Closing capital + Drawing + additional capital + opening capital

B

Question. If cash purchases is 150% of credit purchases, Payment made to creditors during the year
Rs.50, 000 Balance of opening creditors is Rs.50, 000 more than closing creditors. Total purchase during the year is….
a. Rs.1, 50,000
b. Rs.2, 00,000
c. Rs.2,50,000
d. Rs.3,00,000

C

Question. When closing capital is less than opening capital then result will be:
a. Profit
b. Loss
c. No profit no loss
d. Loss if there is no drawings

D

Fill In The Blanks

Question. Single entry system is generally followed by …….

Individuals

Question. Total Purchases during the year is Rs ……….if
– cash purchases is 150% of credit purchases,
– Payment made to creditors during the year Rs.50,000
Balance of opening creditors a is Rs.50,000 more than closing creditors.

2,50,000

Question. On March 31, 2018 assets and liabilities of Mr. Shyam were 10,00,000 and Rs. 1,50,000 respectively . On March 31, 2019 assets and liabilities are Rs.12,00,000 and Rs.50,000 respectively, Total Drawing during the year 2018-19 were Rs. 40,000 .Profit earned by shyam during the year is ……..

3,40,000

Question. Opening and closing balance of Mr. X’s capital a/c is Rs.3 laces and Rs. 5 laces respectively. Total profit of Rs. 2.5 laces earned and Rs…………..was withdrawn during the year.

50,000

Question.Total credit purchases can be ascertained from….………. a/c (Part of Current liabilities)

Question. Gross profit of Mahesh is rs.35000 and cost of goods sold is rs. 65000, cash is 2/3 of credit sales then credit sales is rs……

60,000

Question. Capital 6,00,000 ,Liability is rs.235000 then Assets=……….

835000

Question.Single entry system is not supported by …………….act

Companies act 2013

Question. Single entry system of accounting is comparatively ……… expensive.

Less

True/False

Question. Accurate profit and loss can be ascertained by single entry system.

False

Question. XY & Co is a big firm and single entry system will be the best option for accounting.

False

Question. Credit purchase can be ascertained as the as the balancing figure in total debtor account.

False

Question. Money measurement concept is followed in single entry system.

True

Question. In x & co. single accounting system is follow, 2 packets out of 500 packets were lost by theft. But x & co can easily find the lost unit.

False

Question. Ram keep his book on single entry system & he pays tax on the basis of his books and income Tax accepted his calculation.

False

Question. Prepare financial statement by putting the accounting records I proper order is called conversion method.

True

Question. Big business houses usually use single entry system.

False

Match The Following

Question.

i) – d , ii) – b , iii) – e

Question.

i)- c , ii) -d

Question.

i)- d, ii) -c

Question.

i)- b, ii) -a

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