profit after tax, Microeconomics

#queIn a particular year, an organization earns cash revenues of Rs. 2,00,000. Total material and labour
expenses are Rs. 1,09,000. The depreciation claimed on the equipment is Rs. 25,000. The tax rate is 20%.
Q.54 The profit after tax (PAT) is
(A) Rs. 92,800 (B) Rs. 66,200 (C) Rs. 72,800 (D) Rs. 52,800
Q.55 T he net cash flow is
(A) Rs. 97,800 (B) Rs. 77,800 (C) Rs. 66,000 (D) Rs. 72,800stion..
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