# Quiz Mathematics of Finance – 1

The Quiz about Mathematics of Finance for the preparation of Exams related to CA, CIMA, ICMAP, and MBA. MCQs cover many Business-related fields (such as Business Administration, Commerce, and chartered accountancy-related Institutes) in which the subject of Business Mathematics is taught.

This quiz covers topics related to the mathematics of finance such as simple interest, compound interest, annuities, present and future values of annuities, mortgage values, and cost-benefit analysis, etc.

1. Given the scenario in the spreadsheet below, what Excel formula is required for NPV

2. If the MP of a laptop is $22,000 and the sales tax imposed is 16%. The total amount that has to pay is Explanation:$22000+22000*0.16=25520$3. An investment rises in value from 12000 to 250,000 over 15 years. Calculate the percentage increase per year, to one d.p. 4. The economic order quantity (EOQ) for a particular stock item is given by the expression EOQ =$\sqrt{\frac{2C_0D}{c_h}}$. If for a different stock item, EOQ = 200 items,$C_0=4$per order and$D=1000$items, then$C_h$(in$\$$per item) will be 5. Calculate the present value of an annuity of 2800 per annum, payable at the end of each year for 10 years at a discount rate of 4%. Use tables and give your answer to the nearest . 6. An item sells for 4.39 including value-added tax at 17.5%. If the tax were reduced to 16%, the new selling price to the nearest penny will be 7. A company has to choose between borrowing 100,000 at 3% a quarter in order to modernize now or saving at 2% a quarter in order to modernize in 4 years’ time, at an estimated cost of 1170,00. Throughout this question, use tables whenever possible. Find the cumulative discount factor appropriate to quarter end payments of 1 per quarter at 3% per quarter over 4 years. 8. A sum of \30,000 is invested at a nominal rate of 12\% per annum. Find its value after 3 years if interest is compounded every month. Give your answer to the nearest . 9. A company has to choose between borrowing 100,000 at 3% a quarter in order to modernize now or saving at 2% a quarter in order to modernize in 4 years’ time, at an estimated cost of 1170,00. Throughout this question, use tables whenever possible. Calculate the amount Y which must be saved at the end of each quarter if the company wishes to cover the cost of modernization in 4 years’ time. Give your answer to the nearest . 10. If a sum of 15,000 is invested at 4.6 percent per annum, find its value after 5 years, to the nearest . 11. The price of a tricycle is 2,900 and the sales tax is 16%. The amount of sales tax on 40 such tricycles should be 12. The economic order quantity (EOQ) for a particular stock item is given by the expression EOQ = \sqrt{\frac{2C_0D}{c_h}}. If C_0=2 per order, D=1000 items and C_h=0.25 per time, then EOQ (rounded to the nearest whole number) will be 13. An asset originally worth 80,000 depreciates at 28% per annum. Find its value to the nearest at the end of 3 years. 14. A company has to choose between borrowing 100,000 at 3% a quarter in order to modernize now or saving at 2% a quarter in order to modernize in 4 years’ time, at an estimated cost of 1170,00. Throughout this question, use tables whenever possible. Calculate the amount X which must be paid per quarter if the company borrows 100,000 now repayable at the end of each quarter over 4 years. Give your answer correct to the nearest . 15. Rearrange the formula V=P(1+r)^n to make r the subject. 16. A motorbike price is 40,000 inclusive of 16% sales tax. The original price should be 17. Given the scenario in the spreadsheet below, what Excel formula is required for ROI 18. To pay a certain amount of tax as a value-added tax on the purchase of an item is known as 19. The tax charged on all incomes during the financial year from 1st July to 30th June is termed as 20. The salary received after necessary deductions from the gross salary is termed as ### Quiz Mathematics of Finance • The price of a tricycle is 2,900 and the sales tax is 16%. The amount of sales tax on 40 such tricycles should be • If the MP of a laptop is 22,000 and the sales tax imposed is 16%. The total amount that has to pay is Explanation: 22000+22000*0.16=25520 • A motorbike price is 40,000 inclusive of 16% sales tax. The original price should be • To pay a certain amount of tax as a value-added tax on the purchase of an item is known as • The tax charged on all incomes during the financial year from 1st July to 30th June is termed as • The salary received after necessary deductions from the gross salary is termed as • An investment rises in value from 12000 to 250,000 over 15 years. Calculate the percentage increase per year, to one d.p. • If a sum of 15,000 is invested at 4.6 percent per annum, find its value after 5 years, to the nearest . • A company has to choose between borrowing 100,000 at 3% a quarter in order to modernize now or saving at 2% a quarter in order to modernize in 4 years’ time, at an estimated cost of 1170,00. Throughout this question, use tables whenever possible. Find the cumulative discount factor appropriate to quarter-end payments of 1 per quarter at 3% per quarter over 4 years. • A company has to choose between borrowing 100,000 at 3% a quarter in order to modernize now or saving at 2% a quarter in order to modernize in 4 years’ time, at an estimated cost of 1170,00. Throughout this question, use tables whenever possible. Calculate the amount X which must be paid per quarter if the company borrows 100,000 now repayable at the end of each quarter over 4 years. Give your answer correct to the nearest . • A company has to choose between borrowing 100,000 at 3% a quarter in order to modernize now or saving at 2% a quarter in order to modernize in 4 years’ time, at an estimated cost of 1170,00. Throughout this question, use tables whenever possible. Calculate the amount Y which must be saved at the end of each quarter if the company wishes to cover the cost of modernization in 4 years’ time. Give your answer to the nearest . • Calculate the present value of an annuity of 2800 per annum, payable at the end of each year for 10 years at a discount rate of 4%. Use tables and give your answer to the nearest . • An asset originally worth 80,000 depreciates at 28% per annum. Find its value to the nearest at the end of 3 years. • A sum of \30,000 is invested at a nominal rate of 12\% per annum. Find its value after 3 years if interest is compounded every month. Give your answer to the nearest . • Rearrange the formula V=P(1+r)^n to make r the subject. • An item sells for 4.39 including value-added tax at 17.5%. If the tax were reduced to 16%, the new selling price to the nearest penny will be • The economic order quantity (EOQ) for a particular stock item is given by the expression EOQ = \sqrt{\frac{2C_0D}{c_h}}. If C_0=2 per order, D=1000 items and C_h=0.25 per time, then EOQ (rounded to the nearest whole number) will be • The economic order quantity (EOQ) for a particular stock item is given by the expression EOQ = \sqrt{\frac{2C_0D}{c_h}}. If for a different stock item, EOQ = 200 items, C_0=4 per order and D=1000 items, then C_h (in \$$ per item) will be
• Given the scenario in the spreadsheet below, what Excel formula is required for ROI
• Given the scenario in the spreadsheet below, what Excel formula is required for NPV

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