# WIKI SYNTAX

SYNTAX Outcome
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x(t)= $x_0$ + v*t x(t)= $x_0$ + v*t
$\Delta x$ = v* $\Delta t$ $\Delta x$ = v* $\Delta t$
v= $\sqrt {x}{t}$ v= $\sqrt {x}{t}$
v= $\frac {x_1-x_0}{\Delta t}$ v= $\frac {x_1-x_0}{\Delta t}$
$x_1$(t)= $x_2$(t) $x_1$(t)= $x_2$(t)
$x_1+v_1*t = x_2+v_2*t$ $x_1+v_1*t = x_2+v_2*t$
$x_1-x_2 = (v_2-v_1)*t$ $x_1-x_2 = (v_2-v_1)*t$
$t = \frac {x_1-x_2}{v_2-v_1}$ = $\frac {173m-25m}{28km/h-11km/h}$ $t = \frac {x_1-x_2}{v_2-v_1}$ = $\frac {173m-25m}{28km/h-11km/h}$
$\Gamma x$ = v* $\frac {t} {r} \frac{t} {t}$ $\Gamma x$ = v* $\frac {t} {r} \frac{t} {t}$
Lös: $\frac{F_b}{F_g}= \frac{m*a}{m*g}=\frac{97 \frac{m}{s^2}}{9,81 \frac{kg}{N}}= 9,9$ Lös: $\frac{F_b}{F_g}= \frac{m*a}{m*g}=\frac{97 \frac{m}{s^2}}{9,81 \frac{kg}{N}}= 9,9$

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<quiz display=simple> {The origin of modern accounting was in: |type="()"} - England + India - Italy - America {who is the father of modern accounting |type="()"} - L C Cooper - A W Johnson + Luca Pacioli - R. N Carter {Which year indicates the period of origin of double entry system of bookkeeping |type="()"} - 1414 - 1394 + 1494 - 1449 {What was the name of the book written by Luca Pacioli? |type="()"} - Accounting in ancient Italia - The modern concept on accounting + Summa de Arithmetica Geometria Proportionate Proportinalita - Accounting in the past {The history of accounting is: |type="()"} - a new discipline - invention of science + as old as the human civilization - a new achievement of social science {The principal object of bookkeeping is: |type="()"} + keeping written records of transaction - keeping written records of expenditure - ascertainment of financial results - ascertainment of debit and credit {The fields and scope of accounting are- |type="()"} - confined within business field only - extended over individual life only + extended over all fields of society like individual life and business fields - applicable to modern industry and commerce only {The art or science which teaches the technique of recording and explaining financial transaction is called: |type="()"} - Recording transactions. + Bookkeeping - Accounting - Bookkeeping & Accounting. </quiz>

1. The origin of modern accounting was in:

 England India Italy America

2. who is the father of modern accounting

 L C Cooper A W Johnson Luca Pacioli R. N Carter

3. Which year indicates the period of origin of double entry system of bookkeeping

 1414 1394 1494 1449

4. What was the name of the book written by Luca Pacioli?

 Accounting in ancient Italia The modern concept on accounting Summa de Arithmetica Geometria Proportionate Proportinalita Accounting in the past

5. The history of accounting is:

 a new discipline invention of science as old as the human civilization a new achievement of social science

6. The principal object of bookkeeping is:

 keeping written records of transaction keeping written records of expenditure ascertainment of financial results ascertainment of debit and credit

7. The fields and scope of accounting are-

 confined within business field only extended over individual life only extended over all fields of society like individual life and business fields applicable to modern industry and commerce only

8. The art or science which teaches the technique of recording and explaining financial transaction is called:

 Recording transactions. Bookkeeping Accounting Bookkeeping & Accounting.

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