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  • Date: Dec 07, 2017

the shopkeeper lost #1000

  • Date: Dec 20, 2017

the shopkeeper lost #1000

  • Date: Jan 11, 2018

2.000

  • Date: Mar 03, 2018
2.000
Erimola


how is it 2000??

he sold goods worth 200#,his customer gave him 1k,he had no change and he collect change from his neighbor with same 1k his customer gave him.
gave the customer 8h change and take his own cut,now his neighbor brought back the 1k Dats fake,he changed it for him and destroy the fake one


wat he lost is 1k which is the 1k he destroyed

  • Date: Sep 28, 2018

#1000

  • Date: Oct 24, 2018

2000

  • Date: Nov 07, 2018

1800

  • Date: Dec 06, 2018

2200

  • Date: Dec 06, 2018

1000

  • Date: Dec 13, 2018

1200

  • Date: Jan 17

1200

  • Date: Jan 28
2000
aisha lawal

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analysis of shopkeeper's loss
1. gives buyer 200 worth of goods
2. gets 1000 in 200 denominations from fellow shop keeper, John
3. gives buyer 800 and holds back 200
4. pays john 1000 to avoid conflict
5. therefore, total money lost by shopkeeper is equal to 800 + 1000 = 1800 (money change given to buyer plus money given to fellow shopkeeper)

1,800 LOST! INCLUDING THE TIME SPENT TO LOOK FOR THE MONEY CHANGE AND ALSO TO DESTROY THE COUNTERFEIT

  • Date: Feb 27

1800

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