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A business entity made an operating profit before tax of K8 000 but its bank balance has fallen by K5 000. This could be due to:
A. Depreciation of K6 000 and the repayment of a loan of K7 000.
B. The disposal of a non-current asset for K13 000 less than its carrying value.
C. Depreciation of K12 000 and the purchase of new non-current asset by cheque for K25 000.
D. Depreciation of K3 000 and an increase in inventories of K10 000.
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I suggest that you watch my free lectures on Statement of Cash Flow – then you will realise that the correct answer is C
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