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    Finance & Accounts

    What is the difference between Finance & Accounts?

    Santosh Kumar Prusty

    • Jun 20th, 2017

    As per Accounting Rule, Accounting = Financing+Manage Accounts+ Manage Costing
    For regularize day to day function of establishment, for Financial Manager, generate fund, accounts manager utilize fund and cost accountant regulate fund.


    • Apr 7th, 2017

    Accounting is recording, Summarizing, Analyzing and interpreting the business transactions.

    Finance is management of funds.


    I lost Rs.68 in two races. My second race loss is Rs.6 more than the first race. My friend lost Rs.4 more than me in the second race. What is the amount lost by my friend in the second race?

    41 (check it)

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    • Member Since Nov-2005 | Nov 19th, 2005

    Ans : 41

    first race loss = x
    second race loss =  y

    Cond 1 : x+y = 68

    Cond 2 : y = x + 6

    Simultaneous eq. needs to be solved.

    Mahesh poojary

    • Jun 19th, 2017

    He lost in first race Rs.31
    then second race he lost Rs.6 more than first race(31+6=37)
    Totally he lost in second race Rs.37
    then his friend lost Rs.4 more than his in second race(37+4=41)
    totally his friend lost in second race Rs.41

    Vini Vashisht

    • Feb 21st, 2017

    First Race=x
    Second Race= x+6
    Total = Rs. 68
    First race=Rs. 31
    Second race= 31+6= Rs. 37
    4 more in second race= 37+4= Rs. 41


    What is Correlation,How many types of Correlations are there in LoadRunner?


    • Jun 20th, 2017

    Correlation - Capturing of dynamic values passed from the server to the client. (Timestamp, Checksum, SessionID, EngineID). Correlation can be performed in two ways: 1.Manual correlation and 2.Autom...

    suresh kasi

    • Dec 21st, 2016

    What is Correlation? Its nothing but to replace dynamic value in the script to avoid unwanted error is called correlation. Types: 1. Manual Correlation 2. Auto correlation Manual Correlat...


    Give examples of degenerated dimensions


    • Jun 20th, 2017

    Order number, invoice number, POS Transaction number, bill number. These are all examples of degenerate dimension table


    • Feb 2nd, 2013

    A source table has a single column, we not transfer this column to dimension table, directly to connected to the fact table ,this fact table called the de-generated dimensional table


    What is APIPA stand for?

    what does APIPA stand for and how can you tell if your computer is using it? why would your computer be using it?

    Ankur prajapati

    • Jun 20th, 2017

    APIPA stand for automatic private internet protocol address. APIPA is a enabled by default if no static IP address or DHCP is not present the system will assign itself IP address in the range of to

    sunny lohar

    • Jan 4th, 2012

    APIPA stands for automatic private ip address, it is the feature of Windows XP, automatic takes an IP from the range to, at the time when when DHCP and TCP/IP not able to assign an IP to the local computers.


    Three Way Matching Concept

    What do you mean by THREE WAY MATCHING CONCEPT for the following aspectsVoucher & receiverPurchase order, Receiver & invoiceReceiver, Invoice & VoucherInvoice, Purchase order & Voucher


    • Jun 19th, 2017

    PO, RECEIPT & Invoice quantity must match with in the tolerance before corresponding invoice can be paid


    • Jun 2nd, 2017

    Three-way refers to the three documents involved vendors invoice which was received and will become part of an organization accounts payable if approved. Purchase order prepared by the organization. R...


    Test Signature Pad

    Before submitting the order user need to sign.That time how will you test the signature pad?


    • Jun 20th, 2017

    1. MinWidth - Minimum size of a line.
    2. MaxWidth - Maximum size of a line.
    3. BackgroundColor - Color used when the canvas is cleared.
    4. PenColor - Color of your line.


    What are non-additive facts?

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    Answered by: Praveen

    • Aug 15th, 2005

    # Additive: Additive facts are facts that can be summed up through all of the dimensions in the fact table. 
    # Semi-Additive: Semi-additive facts are facts that can be summed up for some of the dimensions in the fact table, but not the others. 
    # Non-Additive: Non-additive facts are facts that cannot be summed up for any of the dimensions present in the fact table.


    • Jun 20th, 2017

    The facts which cannot be summed up across any dimension.
    for e.g. Percentage, temperature


    • Nov 20th, 2016

    Please give me a fact table where I cannot add the percentage. Especially if the percentage is calculated for that particular fact table. Are we saying that percentages stored in the fact table might ...


    What is fact less fact table? where you have used it in your project?


    • Jun 20th, 2017

    Fact less fact table contains only foreign keys/ids.
    They don't contain measures/fact, numeric data.
    They are used to capture the events.
    for e.g. to capture attendance records


    • Jan 20th, 2015

    A factless fact table is fact table that does not contain fact. They contain only dimensional keys and it captures events that happen only at information level but not included in the calculations lev...


    What is the difference between unit operation and unit process

    shubham panchal

    • Jun 21st, 2017

    When physical changes occurs its called unit operation ex. grinding, separation

    When chemical changes occurs its called unit process ex. oxidation etc.

    Mumbere Paul

    • Oct 12th, 2016

    Unit operation involves a physical change or chemical transformation such as separation, evaporation etc where as Unit process involves chemical changes only.

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