Questions on Commerce
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In commerce, which of the following is false with regards to a commodity?
A. A commodity must always have a market value
B. Rendered services are also instances of commodities
C. Products applicable to commodities can be bought or sold with money
D. A commodity must be standardized
E. A commodity must be usable upon delivery
F. Commodities can be traded in the futures market
ANSWER: Rendered services are also instances of commodities
Commodities are always products (or tangible goods), not services. In fact, a commodity is defined as any product (or tangible good) with market value; and such product can be bought or sold with money.
For an item to be considered a commodity, it must satisfy three conditions. These are:
It must be standardized. In the case of agricultural commodities, they must be in their unprocessed state.
It must be usable upon delivery
The price of a commodity item must vary.
Generally, commodities can be put into two. These are:
Hard commodities: They include goods extracted from the earth crust via mining processes. Examples of such commodities are crude oil, gold, coal and diamond
Soft commodities: They include all products derived from agricultural activities. Examples includes chicken, wheat, fruits and grains.
It is noteworthy to state that certain commodities can be traded in the futures and forex markets respectively. Gold and petroleum (crude oil) are instances in this regard.
Whatever is being marketed must always provide value to its potential consumers.
The ultimate goal of marketing is to create an awareness such that the consumers eventually purchase whatever is being marketed. To this end, the goal of every consumer is to get value for what they had purchased.
Understand the marketing or manufacturing company aims to make profit. Profit making in business is a typical characteristic of commerce (on the part of the producer or marketer).
Which of the following is not a branch of marketing?
D. Search Media Optimization
E. Social Media Optimization
Forex is not a branch of marketing. It is a business in its own right. In forex business, people trade (buy and sell) currencies with an ultimate aim of making profit.
Which of the following is not a characteristics of commerce?
A. The only aim of commerce is to make profit
B. It is a discontinuous process after profit had been made
C. It is accompanied with challenges and uncertainties
D. It is 100% business and economic activity
E. Transaction processes are always involved in commerce
F. It connects the process of production and marketing
ANSWER: It is a discontinuous process after profit had been made
Commerce is always a continuous process. This is true because human needs and wants are always unlimited.
Which of the following is not a function of commerce?
A. Unnecessary in times of emergencies like earthquakes and wars
B. Facilitates mass production of goods
C. Influences transportation network within and outside a state
D. Attempts to satisfy human needs and wants
E. Improves the standard of living
F. Acts as an online business link between buyers and sellers
ANSWER: Unnecessary in times of emergencies like earthquakes and wars
Commerce is necessary and important in times of emergencies like wars, earthquakes, famines and hurricanes.
Without commerce at these perilous times (as listed above), the victims may die from lack of food and proper medical treatment, both of which are made possible via commercial activities.
One of the following is a form of division of labour.
ANSWER: Occupational division of labour
Occupational division of labour is a form of division of labour that relates to the various occupation available in a society, country or state.
As an instance, in every society, some are teachers while others may be lawyers, bankers, security personnel and so on.
The above separation of job (or duties) in a society is a function of their occupation. This inturn is a form of division of labour (occupational division of labour) since all of these are specialized in their respective duties within the society.
A place where people buy homogenous goods in large quantities is called _____.
A. Wholesaler's Market
B. Goods Market
C. Products Market
D. General Market
E. Commodity Market
F. Forex Market
ANSWER: Commodity Market
Homogeneous goods are bought in large quantities in the commodity market.
Think of homogeneous goods as products that essentially have the same physical characteristics and qualities as similar products from other brands.
Any activity aimed at getting people interested in a company's product or service is termed _____.
C. Financial Accounting
Marketing involves getting people interested in a product or service.
Marketing processes can take place through posters, hand bills, public relations campaign, radio, television, social media and so on.
Which of the followings isn't a characteristics of commerce?
A. Commerce is solely aimed at making profit
B. Commerce is 100% business
C. Commerce is a discontinuous process because it eventually satisfies human needs
D. Commerce is accompanied by uncertainties
E. Transaction processes are always done in commerce
F. Commerce connects the processes of production and marketing
ANSWER: Commerce is a discontinuous process because it eventually satisfy human needs
Because human needs are unlimited, commerce is therefore a continuous process since it attempts to satisfy it.
The followings are disadvantages of division of labour except _____.
ANSWER: None of the above
Options A through D are all disadvantages of division of labour. Since the question says EXCEPT, then, none of the answer is correct.
The followings are principles of marketing mix except _____.
C. Pressure group
ANSWER: Pressure group
The principle of marketing mix explain how various marketing process interact with each stage of the business. They are 7 in number. These are:
The followings are advantages of division of labour EXCEPT _____.
ANSWER: It fosters the spirit of division
Division of labour does not foster the spirit of division, rather it fosters the spirit of cooperation.
Through division, different people cooperate by working together to achieve a common goal
Which of the following statement is incorrect concerning division of labour?
ANSWER: The nature of a job is not a condition for division of labour
The Nature of a job is a condition necessary for division of labour.
For instance, A taxi drive will find it difficult to embark on division of labour while a water production company will likely require it.
The above instance points to the fact that the nature of certain jobs are necessary for division of labour while others are not.
What does a bearer cheque mean?
A bearer cheque is a cheque that is made payable to whoever presents it. The cheque can be presented by anyone regardless the name written on it.
For instance, if Mr. Jibola presents a bearer cheque to the bank, such cheque may have a different name written on it; e.g James John. Regardless, the cheque will still be made payable to Mr. Jibola
What is an order cheque?
An order cheque is a cheque made payable either to the person whose name is written on it OR on the order of the one who wrote the cheque. This implies that:
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