How much loss does the shopkeeper have to bear ? MATHEMATICAL TRICk
I purchases perfume from a store and gave him a thousand rupee note.
The perfume cost Rs.300.
Since the store person have no change, he gets the change from next shop and return me 800 rupees.
After a while, the next shopkeeper comes and told the 1st shopkeeper that the note is a fraud and takes his money back.
How much loss does the 1st shopkeeper have to bear ?
Total loss = Rs 1000
Cost of perfume: Rs. 300.
Money he gives to I: Rs. 700.
Loss = Rs 1000
Money he Took from next shop finally: Rs. 1000.(PROFIT)
Money he gives to next shop finally: Rs. 1000.(LOSS)
It becomes = 0
Loss in Transacton 1 + Loss in Transacton 2 = Rs1000
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