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مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : Business studies


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Unison;

Discord;

Contralto;

Tutti;

Score.

Explain two differences between a harp and a lyre.

Name a Kenyan traditional harp.
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(c)
The concertmaster is an important member of the orchestra.
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(ii)


(iii)
Name the instrument he plays.

Where is he/she positioned in the sitting arrangement of the orchestra?


State two of his duties in the orchestra.
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Write the following music in staff notation.

Doh is G. Time 3

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3.28

3.28.1

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BUSINESS STUDIES (565)

Business Studies Paper 1 (565/1)

Outline four ways in which business studies may be of benefit to an individual.
(4 marks)
Highlight four external factors that may negatively influence the operations of a business.
(4 marks)
State four characteristics of a successful entrepreneur.
State four functions of an office.

Fill the relevant branches of trade in the diagram given below:
(4 marks)
(4 marks)

(3 marks)
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The participants in a two sector economy are households and firms. Identify the relevant
participant in each of the statements given below:

Statement
a. payment for goods and services
b. sale of factors of production
c. payment for factors of production
d. sale of goods and services
(4 marks)
Participant
a.
b.
c.
d
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The following balances were extracted from the books of Wekesa Traders on 31 st December,
2009.
Items
Capital
Cash in hand
Buildings
Furniture
Motor vehicle
Creditors
Debtors
Bank
Bank loan
Shs
500,000
20,000
200,000
25,000
400,000
18,000
36,000
100,000
263,000
Using the above information, prepare Wekesa Trader's Trial Balance on 31 st December, 2009.
(5 marks)

250


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The following information relates to Karibu traders for the year ended 31 st December 2008.
details
Fixed assets
Current assets
6 year bank loan
Current liabilities

Determine owner's capital using the information given above.
Shs
1,840,000
400,000
600,000
150,000
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State the type of unemployment relating to each of the following descriptions:
(a)

(b)
(4 marks)

(4 marks)
(c)
(d)
Caused by alternating trading patterns occurring at similar times.

Arises where workers have more skills and higher qualifications than the job
requirements.

Arises out of a mismatch between the skills possessed by potential employees and
the location of the jobs available.

Arises when people are unwilling to take up jobs due to low pay.
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Highlight four circumstances under which the capital of a business may change.
(4 marks)
Below are some entries in the cash book of Romano Traders for the month of July 2010.
dr
date
(2010)
July 1
July 6
July 20
July 28
CASH BOOK
Bank
(Shs)

20,000
15,000
date

July 1
July 6
July 15
July 29
July 31
Cr
details

Bal b/d
Cash
Sales
Debtors
Cash
(Shs)
15,000
20,000
details

Bal b/d
Bank
Wages
Stock
Bal c/d
Cash
(Shs)

20,000
5,000

10,000
Bank
(Shs)
100,000
State the meaning of the following entries:
(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)
July 1, 2010 Balance b/d, bank column, shs 100,000

July 6, 2010 cash shs 20,000 and bank shs 20,000

July 28, 2010 debtors shs 20,000

July 31, 2010 Balance c/d shs 10,000
10,000

(4 marks)
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Outline one circumstance under which each of the following source documents may be issued
by a trader:
(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)
(4 marks)
Debit note .................................................. .................................................. ......................

Invoice .................................................. .................................................. ...........................

Credit note .................................................. .................................................. .....................

Quotation .................................................. .................................................. .......................
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Name four documents that may be required by the registrar of companies in order to register a
public limited company.

Outline four measures that a country can take to reduce the level of inflation.
(4 marks)

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Outline four factors that may make a producer to by-pass the wholesaler when distributing
goods.

Highlight four benefits that a country would get by developing her infrastructure.

State four benefits of a bonded warehouse to the government.

Outline four qualities of a successful salesperson.


Highlight four factors that may cause the supply curve to shift to the right.
(4 marks)

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(4 marks)
Outline four positive effects that production activities may have on community health.
(4 marks)
State four basic features of a market.

Outline four features of a parastatal.
(4 marks)

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Outline four circumstances in which the government may be involved in business. (4 marks)
Highlight four factors that a trader may consider when choosing a means of transport.

State four reasons for privatizing public corporations.
(4 marks)
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Business Studies Paper 2 (565/2)

Explain five benefits that may accrue to a country with a large proportion of skilled
labour force.

Outline five characteristics of an efficient tax system.

Explain five benefits that Kenya may get as a member of C.O.M.E.S.A.


Explain five factors that may hinder economic development in Kenya.
(10 marks)

(10 marks)


(10 marks)

(10 marks)
Explain five benefits that may be realized by a country as a result of government policy
to relocate industries to rural areas.

The following balances were extracted from the books of Soilo Traders on
31 st December 2010.
(10 marks)
Machinery
Furniture
Sales
Opening stock
Closing stock
Purchases
Rent income
General Expenses
Debtors
Creditors
Bank
Cash
Capital

Additional information:
Shs
360,000
430,500
500,000
75,000
?
395,000
72,000
60,000
62,250
101,550
202,000
88,800
1,000,000
Gross profit margin is stated at 40%.

Prepare:
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(ii)
Trading, Profit and Loss Account for the year ended 31 st December 2010.
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Balance sheet as at 31 st December 2010.
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(b)
Explain five advantages of advertising to the consumer.
(10 marks)
On 1 st January 2011, Jumo Traders had shs 22,500 in cash and shs 250,000 at bank.
During the month, the following transactions took place:
2nd Jan.
5th Jan
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15th Jan

20th Jan
25th Jan
28th Jan

29th Jan
30th Jan
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Made cash sales of shs 465,200
Received a cheque for shs 451,250 from Kamau
Traders in full settlement of their debt after allowing a
5% cash discount.
Paid Ndaru Traders Shs 184,000 in cash after
deducting a cash discount of shs 16,000
Deposited shs 200,000 from the cash till into the bank
Paid wages shs 144,000 in cash
Settled Mbago Trader's account of Shs 300,000 by
cheque, less 15% cash discount
Withdrew shs 250,000 from the bank for office use
Deposited all the cash into the bank, except
shs 59,700.
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Prepare a duly balanced three column cash book.

Outline six circumstances under which a trader may use air transport.
(10 marks)


(12 marks)
Explain four ways through which a public limited company may be dissolved.
(8 marks)

With the aid of a diagram, explain the effect of an increase in the supply of a
commodity while its demand remains constant.


Explain five features of oligopoly.
(10 marks)

(10 marks)