Waleed buys stuff worth 300 pounds from a toy shop.(The toys were sold with zero profits)

Waleed gives him 1000 pound note. The shopkeeper gets the change from the next shop and keeps 300 for himself and returns 700 pounds to Waleed.

Later the shopkeeper of the next shop comes with the 1000 pound note saying that it was a fake note and takes his money back.

How much LOSS did the shopkeeper face?

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Total loss is 2000

He loses 1700 pounds plus the cost value of the goods sold which is of course less than 300 pounds

He will just lose 300 pounds…as he will return the fake note to Waleed and.loss is bcoz he.couldnt sell the toy worth 300.bcoz Waleed had fake note…and Waleed loss is with the toy!!!!

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2000 pounds

1st 1000 for the next shopkeeper

2nd 700 to the customer

3rd 300 the stuff that he sold to the customer

1000 returned to the neighbor

700 returned to the customer

1700 in total. The toy was paid for with 300 real money.

Please humor us with the true amount now.

Thanx

Shakil

But that 700 given to the customer wasn’t his own money. That was given as a part of the change for 1000 pound note. How can he lose 700 ?

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1,000

1000 pounds

Total loss 2000 pounds

The loss is 1300

Given to Shopper Toys worth: $ 300.00

Change Return: $ 700.00

Return to neibhor Shop against fake note $1000.00

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Total Loss Fcaed by fool Shop Keeper $ 2000.00

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2000

1000

1300

first he has paid the customer 700 and the toy worth 300. the full 1000 loss here. He had paid back the neighbour shop 1000. (300 which he kept as the price of toy + extra 700 ) . so here his loss is 700. The total loss is 1700.

1000.00 pounds

1700 pounds(1000 to the shopkeeper instead of the fake 1000) and 700 to waleed also the price of the goods 300 so all 2000 pounds

Lost 1000

His loss is 2000. i.e. 1000 for the oda shop keeper, 700 for waleed nd 300 for d item sold

1300

He lost 2000 pounds

700 he gave to walid

1000 he refunded the other shopkeeper

300 loss of the item walid took

Total 2000 pounds

Loss is 1300 pounds

1000 pound

1600

he loose 1400 pound

2000

sorry…the loss will be 1000~700+300

loss is 700 pounds

There is no 1000 pounds note in Egypt. 🙂

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2000

2000

1300 pounds

1000 Pounds.

1,700 pounds

1000 pounds…

Because 300 pounds stuff and 700 as change.

1000 pounds

700=

2000

1000 pounds!!

He lost $300 for the toys he sold for free

$700 that he gave Waleed

$700 that he should give back on top of what he kept for himself when the exchange was made

So the total is $1,700!

The shop keeper lost 1,700 Ponds in all. The 700 Pounds he gave as change to Waleed, 700 Pounds he had to find to return to the other shopkeeper in addition to the 300 Pounds money for the toys he retained from the change he got from the other shopkeeper.

2000

1300 pounds

1300

total of 2000 pounds,

300 lost as waleed took the toys

700 cash which waleed took in return

next shop keeper first gave that 1000 for fake note

so total lost is 2000 pounds

2000£

1000 pounds

700 Pound and cost of toys ( 300 )

He get 100 pound from next shop as change and given back to him No Loss just a transaction only

Simply , waleed got a 700 Pound and toys of worth 300 pound by paying nothing ( Fakenote )

the woman lost goods worth 300 plus cash 700, to make an immediate financial loss of 1000 excluding other fixed and traceable costs

Total loss fool shopkeepers 2000 pound

1300

1700 pounds

Total lost is 2000 pounds

that’s right 2000