# Costing Methods MCQs

Welcome to our comprehensive collection of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) on Costing Methods, a fundamental topic in the field of Cost Accounting. Whether you're preparing for competitive exams, honing your problem-solving skills, or simply looking to enhance your abilities in this field, our Costing Methods MCQs are designed to help you grasp the core concepts and excel in solving problems.

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Q21.
The categories of cash flows include
Q22.
If the net initial investment is $6850000 and the uniform increases yearly cash flows is$2050000, then payback period will be
Q23.
The net initial investment is divided by uniform increasing in future cash flows to calculate
Q24.
If the nominal rate is 26% and the inflation rate is 12%, then the real rate can be
Q25.
A concept which explains a received money in present time, is more valuable than money received in future is called
Q26.
If the payback period is 4 years and the uniform increases in cash flows per year is $2750000, then the net initial investment can be Answer: (d).$11,000,000
Q27.
If the real rate is 16% and an inflation rate is 8%, then the nominal rate of return will be