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### Civil Engineering :: Engineering Economics

1. The CRF (ep) is also known as: [CRF(EP) - 8% - 7], where

2.  A.  8% is the rate of interest per year B.  Money is borrowed for n = 7 years C.  Both (A) and (B) D.  Neither (A) nor (B)   3. A form of business organization in which a person conducts his business alone and entirely for his own profit, being solely responsible for all its activities and liabilities.

4.  A.  Sole proprietorship B.  Entrepreneurship C.  Partnership D.  Corporation   5. A man loans P 187,400 from a bank with interest at 5% compounded annually. He agrees to pay his obligations by paying 8 equal annual payments, the first being due at the end of 10 years. Find the annual payments.

6.  A.  P 43,600.10 B.  P 43,489.47 C.  P 43,263.91 D.  P 43,763.20   7. Keeping in view, the feasibility order of magnitude, the preliminary, conceptual or budget estimates, are prepared by:

8.  A.  Architect/engineer B.  Construction manager C.  Owner himself/herself D.  Construction manager   9. What is the reduction in the money value of capital asset is called?

10.  A.  Capital expenditure B.  Capital loss C.  Loss D.  Deficit   11. What is the increase in the money value of a capital asset is called?

12.  A.  Profit B.  Capital gain C.  Capital expenditure D.  Capital stock   13. A construction estimate is used

14.  A.  To judge tentatively or approximate value of the project B.  To produce a statement of the approximate cost C.  To decide an approximation of the value of the project and not the exact cost D.  None of these   15. If ‘P’ is principal amount, ‘I’ is the rate of interest per annum and ‘n’ is the number of periods in years, the compound amount factor (CAF) is:

16.  A.  (1 + i)n B.  (1 + i)(1/2n) C.  √(n + i) D.  None of these   17. If interest is paid more than once in a year, ‘i’ is the rate of interest per year, ‘n’ is the number of periods in years and ‘m’ is a number of periods per years, compound amount factor (CAF) is:

18.  A.  (1 + i/m)n B.  (1 + i/n)m C.  (1 + i/n)1/m D.  (1 + i/m)1/n   19. What is the term for an annuity with a fixed time span?

20.  A.  Ordinary annuity B.  Perpetuity C.  Annuity certain D.  Annuity due   