Which Indian cricketer is known as "Brown Bradman"?

What isscince. Canbeuseinlife

How are churches and community groups becoming involved in reintegration?

What is the national game of India

When art competitions were introduced into the Olympic Games, the categories were literature, painting, music...........

At the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, Canadian athlete Ian Millar competed in his last of how many Olympics?

What nickname was given to Mary Mallon, who infected a known 53 people working as a cook in New York and, in 1907.......

The Yangtze River is on where?

In cooking or butchery what parts of an animal are known as lights?

Find the sum of 15+21+27+......+201.

A man walked to a store with a fake 1000 note. He changed the note to two 500 notes from the sales attendant. He later went back to the attendant to pay for a 300 worth of goods using one of the 500, and collected 200. How much did the store lose?

answer will be 700

Assuming that the store had original notes, it lost 700 in cash and 300 in goods so.... 1000

the store has lost 1000

A man walked to a store with a fake N1000 note. He changed the note to two N500 notes from the sales attendant. He later went back to the attendant to pay for a N300 worth of goods using one of the N500, and collected N200. How much did the store lose?

Your Rs. 500 fell out from your pocket and someone picked it, The Person who picked it happens to owe you Rs. 100, So, The Person paid you the Rs. 100 with the Rs. 500 and You gave him back a change Of Rs. 400.

How Much Did You Lose in Total?

An investor trading through a discount stock broker that charges $10.00 Dollars per transaction bought 200 shares of Vola Tile Corporation at $50.00 Dollars per share. The stock quickly increased in value by 50%, but then lost 40% of its value. The investor sold the stock. How much money did the investor gain or lose?

My friend collects postage stamps. She purchased two, but found that she needed to raise money urgently. So she sold them for INR 8000 each. On one she made 20% and on the other she lost 20%.

How much did she gain or lose in the entire transaction?