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# A lady buys goods worth Rs 200 and pays Rs 1000 note to the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper gets the change from the neighboring shop, keeps Rs 200 for the goods and returns Rs 800 to the lady. After sometime the neighboring shop owner returns saying that the Rs 1000 note is fake and takes his money back. How much loss did the first shopkeeper suffer?

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200 for goods +800 given to lady + 1000 given back to shopkeeper =2000 loss
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only 200 because the seller have sold only goods of 200 and 800 he has returned and the change he got is for the exchange of the 100 rupee note
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sorry loss is of 1200 as the shopkeeper took 1000 rs with him as well as 200 of goods sold .
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1800
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Answer is Rs.1000.....as fake note has been changed for original one.
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The correct answer is ?1000.
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loss of rs 1000 as he had got rs 200 with himself ( it is the real note ) and gave the balance of rs 800 to the woman which was the real note and the whole amount of rs 1000 back to the shop keeper

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