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Math problem
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And inside theres enough of black sky also we believe
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Soh.... Still no moon shuttle
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Post: #34
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 02:57 PM)
Domains64  Wrote: (01-13-2018 12:53 PM)
3 people bought a gift worth 30$

So 10+10+10 = 30

There was a discount of 5$ hard to divide so I gave them each 1$ and kept 2$ for myself

9+9+9= 27 plus the 2$ =29 where did the 1 go

You SUBTRACTED everything except for the $2.

You took the $2 from the $27 that they paid.
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Post: #35
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Domains64  Wrote: (01-13-2018 12:53 PM)
3 people bought a gift worth 30$

So 10+10+10 = 30

There was a discount of 5$ hard to divide so I gave them each 1$ and kept 2$ for myself

9+9+9= 27 plus the 2$ =29 where did the 1 go

It is being thought of backwards.
The cost of object is 30-5=25
They paid 9+9+9=27 after you gave them each 1
You kept 2 so 25+2=27.
The assumption is that 30 is the final answer when 30 was only in the initial question.
They paid a total of 27 for something that cost 25 and you keep the 2 in change.
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This is simple accounting. They did not pay $29 for the goods. The actual cost was $25. There was a rebate of $5. The three dudes were each given $1, being f**ked out of their share of the remaining $2 since they weren't intelligent enough to figure out how to split $5 into three parts.

This is where math analysis comes in. You are told a given that: "There was a discount of 5$ hard to divide so I gave them each 1$ and kept 2$ for myself"

If there were an 'extra' dollar, there would be $31 all together, but there is no extra dollar. The account f*cks the dudes by telling them that they are actually paying $29 for the goods, basically giving them back a dollar. This is sleight of the hand accounting, even though they actually paid $25. The accountant convinces them that they actually end up paying $29, or $9 a piece for the goods, actually $25, with $2 left for the schmuck who f**ked them out of the $2.

This is how banking and accounting works, all sleight of hand. The greasier the accountant, the more they can distort and twist numbers, unless you can see how they add the numbers together.

The three rubes would still be trying to figure out where the 'extra' dollar went instead of buying something else with the remaining $5. They let a slick outside come in and 'solve' their dilemma for them by taking their own money to do it.

Then again, the rubes might be gratefully stupid that the accountant 'saved' each of them a $1, too dumb to see that they just got f**ked out of $2 even though there is a missing $1. From that angle, they don't realize that they each over paid by a $1, bringing the actual purchase price to $28, with $2 left over for the accounting schmuck.

He tells them that the he will save them each a buck on the cost of the goods and help them evenly divide the $5 off the sale price, convincing them that they paid $29, when they actually paid $28. The missing $1 is in their stupidity for allowing the schmuck to get involved in the first place so the actual missing amount is $2 not $1.

What do you think happens when you give your money to these schmucks for investment purposes?
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Post: #37
RE: Math problem
tibetbill  Wrote: (01-13-2018 04:02 PM)
This is simple accounting. They did not pay $29 for the goods. The actual cost was $25. There was a rebate of $5. The three dudes were each given $1, being f**ked out of their share of the remaining $2 since they weren't intelligent enough to figure out how to split $5 into three parts.

This is where math analysis comes in. You are told a given that: "There was a discount of 5$ hard to divide so I gave them each 1$ and kept 2$ for myself"

If there were an 'extra' dollar, there would be $31 all together, but there is no extra dollar. The account f*cks the dudes by telling them that they are actually paying $29 for the goods, basically giving them back a dollar. This is sleight of the hand accounting, even though they actually paid $25. The accountant convinces them that they actually end up paying $29, or $9 a piece for the goods, actually $25, with $2 left for the schmuck who f**ked them out of the $2.

This is how banking and accounting works, all sleight of hand. The greasier the accountant, the more they can distort and twist numbers, unless you can see how they add the numbers together.

The three rubes would still be trying to figure out where the 'extra' dollar went instead of buying something else with the remaining $5. They let a slick outside come in and 'solve' their dilemma for them by taking their own money to do it.

Then again, the rubes might be gratefully stupid that the accountant 'saved' each of them a $1, too dumb to see that they just got f**ked out of $2 even though there is a missing $1. From that angle, they don't realize that they each over paid by a $1, bringing the actual purchase price to $28, with $2 left over for the accounting schmuck.

He tells them that the he will save them each a buck on the cost of the goods and help them evenly divide the $5 off the sale price, convincing them that they paid $29, when they actually paid $28. The missing $1 is in their stupidity for allowing the schmuck to get involved in the first place so the actual missing amount is $2 not $1.

What do you think happens when you give your money to these schmucks for investment purposes?

its a cool trick
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Post: #38
RE: Math problem
Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:39 PM)
Domains64  Wrote: (01-13-2018 12:53 PM)
3 people bought a gift worth 30$

So 10+10+10 = 30

There was a discount of 5$ hard to divide so I gave them each 1$ and kept 2$ for myself

9+9+9= 27 plus the 2$ =29 where did the 1 go

It is being thought of backwards.
The cost of object is 30-5=25
They paid 9+9+9=27 after you gave them each 1
You kept 2 so 25+2=27.
The assumption is that 30 is the final answer when 30 was only in the initial question.
They paid a total of 27 for something that cost 25 and you keep the 2 in change.

I bet people can use this as a scam
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Post: #39
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:12 PM)
And the nerve thing is stupid

belly of the beast
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im not doin it.

i hate math.

Just Plain Nuts.
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Post: #42
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Fire of Prometheus  Wrote: (01-13-2018 03:39 PM)
Domains64  Wrote: (01-13-2018 12:53 PM)
3 people bought a gift worth 30$

So 10+10+10 = 30

There was a discount of 5$ hard to divide so I gave them each 1$ and kept 2$ for myself

9+9+9= 27 plus the 2$ =29 where did the 1 go

It is being thought of backwards.
The cost of object is 30-5=25
They paid 9+9+9=27 after you gave them each 1
You kept 2 so 25+2=27.
The assumption is that 30 is the final answer when 30 was only in the initial question.
They paid a total of 27 for something that cost 25 and you keep the 2 in change.

Yep.

10+10+10 contributions =
30 pooled cash –
25 cost =
5 change –
(1+1+1) refund =
2 pocketed cash

Question is, why didn't the OP contribute to the gift? That would've reduced the cost to $6.25 per. Wink
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01-14-2018 02:18 AM

 



Post: #43
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Or maybe the person is one of the three contributors and phrased the problem the way they did, not to make the riddle more difficult, but to obscure the fact that they kept 60% of the change and let their partners divide the remaining 40% between themselves.

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Post: #44
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Those who claim domains only makes shithole threads can eat their hats now.
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Post: #45
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-14-2018 02:20 AM)
Those who claim domains only makes shithole threads can eat their hats now.

Thanks, I always knew there was magic in numbers, everything is based off it
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