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Applied Mathematics: Break Even Analysis Quiz

MCQ. Fixed cost is $25,000 USD and contribution to profit and fixed cost is $100 USD then break even point is

- 250 units
- 200 units
- 100 units
- 150 units

A

Revenue Function Calculations Quiz

MCQ. Revenue function is R(x) = 60x and cost function is C(x) = 40x+320,000 then break even point(in units) is

- 15000 units
- 16000 units
- 18000 units
- 14000 units

B

Characteristics of Exponential Functions Quiz

MCQ. Growth process which is characterized by constant increase in percentage of values is referred as

- exponential growth processes
- exponential infinity process
- exponential finite process
- radioactive finite process

A

Matrix Operations Quiz

MCQ. In system of linear equations AX = B, in which A is considered as

- square matrix of coefficients
- addition matrix of coefficients
- divided matrix of coefficients
- row matrix of coefficients

A

Cost Benefit Analysis Quiz

MCQ. If desired rate of return exceeded by actual rate of return then it is classified as

- positive cash flows
- negative cash flows
- future cash flows
- present cash flow

A