First, assume a spherical cow at standard temperature and pressure...
You shelled out $1900 and got $2300 back. The answer is $400.
I laughed out loud at both of these. Thank you, Anonymousi, or whatever the plural of Anonymous is.
I always take math shortcuts when I can. He made $200 on the first sale, and $200 on the second, so $400. Easy. There's no real reason to add all these large numbers. I think people are running into trouble when they think the fact that both transactions are with the same cow has anything to do with it.
My biggest problem with this is seeing the print. There was no larger version available.
This is why we have accountants.
<< My biggest problem with this is seeing the print. >>Miss C, from my (Google Chrome) browser, I can right-click the reddit link and "Open link in new tab" to show a larger version, which is itself zoomable. Or, I can click the link to get to the page, and then right-click the image and select "Open image in new tab" to get a nice, big view.The behavior in Microsoft Edge and Opera (all on Windows 10) is about the same. What are you running there, a Macintosh? ;-)-from someone whose eyes are aging, and tries things like this frequently now
Yeah, Macintosh with Firefox. When I first grabbed the pic, every click gave me the same size image. In this case, I just enlarged my whole field to read it.
> First, assume a spherical cow at standard temperature and pressure...On an infinite, frictionless plane…
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