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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA NATIONAL EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATION
(For Both School and Private Candidates)
Time: 2:30 Hours Friday, 10th November 2015 p.m.
This paper consists of sections A, B and C.
Answer all questions in sections A and B and two (2) questions from section C.
Calculators and cellular phones are not allowed in the examination room.
Write your Examination Number on every page of your answer booklet(s).
SECTION A (20 Marks)
Answer all questions in this section.
1. For each of the items (i) - (x), choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter.
(i) A document which serves as an invitation to the general public to buy shares is called:
(ii) Why is a debit note issued?
(iii) Which principle is applied when a country decides to produce goods or services that bring a greatest advantage to the country?
(iv) Find the price elasticity of demand using proportionate change method for maize when demand falls from 800kg to 600kg due to increase in price from shs 40 per kg to shs 60 per kg.
(v) Which of the following should not be considered when communicating?
(vi) Production can generally be classified as:
(vii) A document showing the details of commodity sent and its total value which the receiver will have to pay is known as
(viii) Which of the following canons of taxation shows clearly the amount to be paid to the state by the tax payer?
(ix) Ex works is a price quotation which presents the cost of goods as they leave the:
(x) The bank that issues the legal tender currency in any country is
2. Match the item in Column A with the response in Column B by writing the letter of the correct response beside the item number in you answer booklet.
3. (a) Briefly explain the term stock administration.
(b) Elaborate five (5) functions of stock administration.
(c) List four (4) advantages of a Bonded warehouse to the government.
4. Differentiate the following commercial terms
5. (a) K & K Traders of P. 0. Box 574, Arusha placed an order on March 11th, 2013 to Mashanga wholesalers of P. 0. Box 45230 Dar-es-Salaam to supply the following items:
100 bags of maize flour of 50kgs @ Tshs 28,000
55 bags of sugar of 50kgs @ Tshs 93,000
100 bags of wheat flour of 50kg @ Tshs 100,000
30 boxes of OMO of 5kgs @ Tshs 12,000
50 tins of cooking oil of 20 liters @ Tshs 85,000
K & K Traders is entitled to a trade discount of 5%.
Design an invoice for the above transactions on 18/03/2013; the invoice designed should be noted as invoice number 342.
(b) Describe the following terms:
(i) Trade discount
(ii) Cash discount
6. (a) (i) Briefly explain the term cheque.
(ii) Elaborate three main parties to a cheque.
(b) Whenever someone buys goods or services, payment can be made by either cash or cheque. Describe five advantages of paying the debts by using cheques.
7. Mkazakamba is a trader who exports fresh fish and flowers from Tanzania to Japan and he is planning to use air means of transport. As a commercial student, describe to him five advantages and five disadvantages of this mode of transport.
8. (a) Packing becomes very useful in marketing of goods. Explain five advantages of packing the product.
(b) Explain three main methods of personal selling to the producer of the goods.
(c) Briefly elaborate two limitations of personal selling to the producer of the goods.
9. (a) Discuss five problems faced by Tanzania for being involved in international trade.
(b) Explain five methods a country may use to control the volume of imports.
10. (a) Differentiate wholesale trade from retail trade.
(b) Elaborate seven services provided by a retailer to the final consumers.
(c) Describe four steps involved in the distribution of goods from the manufacturer to the final consumer.
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