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 5 months ago '16        #76
Ghostface Killa  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 myPOWER said
Youíre a poor n1gga.

Stop talking.
If we ran a money marathon, you'd gas out way before me lil homie.
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 5 months ago '17        #77
Shotty  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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Iím down 100
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 5 months ago '16        #78
Teknicks 
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 Ghostface killa said
Toy can't discount the initial investment

Add a couple zeros and now you're talking about paying back investors.

The very first number you discuss is the ROI

This is a business conversation and it needs to be approached as such.
No. It's simple math, and simple math is the basis of business.

There were two business dealings with 2 transactions each.

First he invested $800, then was paid $1900.

He profited $1100.

Secondly, he invested $1100, then was paid $700

His loss was $400.

That's all that happened.

But the first investment was his startup so it put him in the negative. The second investment was profit so it left him in the positive.

He's left with his initial startup for the first purchase which puts him at $0 and the remainder of the profit of the initial sale which leaves him at $700 profit.

Any other answer is wrong.
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 5 months ago '16        #79
ImChillin2Hard 
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You lost $100. Look at it like this. You start out with $800, you buy the cow for that amount so you now have $0. You flip the cow for $1900 netting a profit of $1100. But then you went and bought the same cow for your $1100 profit bringing you back to $0. You then sold the same cow for $700, but you started out with $800.
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 5 months ago '14        #80
Mailman504 
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 AuthenticNC said
I'm more concerned about you selling it for $1900 first time but only $700 second time.... Stick to your day job fam
Guess he try to hit a lick😂

 5 months ago '06        #81
dredman  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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-800+1900-1100+700= 700

This is simple math how yall so dumb as bricks?
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 5 months ago '05        #82
SeanP3688  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 ImChillin2Hard said
You lost $100. Look at it like this. You start out with $800, you buy the cow for that amount so you now have $0. You flip the cow for $1900 netting a profit of $1100. But then you went and bought the same cow for your $1100 profit bringing you back to $0. You then sold the same cow for $700, but you started out with $800.
Wrong.

He ends up with 1500 total. Minus his initial investment of 800. He made 700.


See below.

 myPOWER said
God damn we are 3 pages in and you still got dumbasses arguing the answer. This culture is pathetic and yall wonder why most yall poor as fu#k.

It is $700.

Think of it as a bank statement.

Starting balance +$800

Buy cow for -$800

New balance 0

Sell cow for +$1900

New Balance +$1900

Buy cow for -$1100

New balance $800

Sell cow for +$700

Final Balance $1500

From Starting Balance to Final Balance there was an increase of $700.

This sh1t is the real gutter here on this forum now.

Black culture decays itself with time as usual. I remember when this place actually had a good amount of mentally sufficient people.
/thread
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 5 months ago '14        #83
Mailman504 
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 ImChillin2Hard said
You lost $100. Look at it like this. You start out with $800, you buy the cow for that amount so you now have $0. You flip the cow for $1900 netting a profit of $1100. But then you went and bought the same cow for your $1100 profit bringing you back to $0. You then sold the same cow for $700, but you started out with $800.
You have to finish the problemÖyou put the 800 back in your pocket an you left with the $700 as your profitÖ
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 5 months ago '17        #84
myPOWER 
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 Ghostface killa said
If we ran a money marathon, you'd gas out way before me lil homie.
You're broke as fu#k, please stop the nonsense.

My valet tips are more than your grocery store trips.

Add to that - I haven't been to the grocery store in 7 years.

You can't do some math on some simple transactions and you want to talk about a "money marathon"?

Stupid poor n1gga

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 5 months ago '16        #85
ImChillin2Hard 
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 SeanP3688 said
Wrong.

He ends up with 1500 total. Minus his initial investment of 800. He made 700.


See below.



/thread
Yall donít know what the definition of PROFIT is.. Itís the money earned AFTER expenses. Your BALANCE may be $1900 after your first sale of the cow, but your profit was $1100 because your EXPENSES were $800.
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 5 months ago '09        #86
K0ntrast 
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It's a timeframe on the cow.
Some say you broke even. Others a slight come up. You get loss for taking care of it also.

 5 months ago '10        #87
RedLight 
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4 pages in... no fu#king way ya are this dumb


+800 in your account to start the day

- 800

Balance = $0

Direct Deposit of $1900

Balance $1900 ($1100 profit + $800 from original purchase)

-1100 (there goes the first profit gain)

Balance $800 (what you started with)

Direct Deposit of $700

Balance $1500 (original $800 + $700 on new sale)

He EARNED $700 IN PROFIT.


Last edited by RedLight; 02-22-2024 at 06:51 PM..
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 5 months ago '05        #88
SeanP3688  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 ImChillin2Hard said
Yall don’t know what the definition of PROFIT is.. It’s the money earned AFTER expenses. Your BALANCE may be $1900 after your first sale of the cow, but your profit was $1100 because your EXPENSES were $800.
True, so by that definition he profited 700 dollars.

His profit was 1100 from the first sell. Made another investment of 1100 which brings him to 0, then sold it again for +700.

You said "he lost 100 dollars" which is completely wrong.
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 5 months ago '16        #89
ImChillin2Hard 
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 SeanP3688 said
True, so by that definition he made 700 dollars.

His profit was 1100 from the first sell. Made another investment of 1100 which brings him to 0, then sold it again for +700.

You said "he lost 100 dollars" which is completely wrong.
But he starts out with $800 how is ending up with $700 earning anything. Thatís not profit. Thatís the remaining balance which is $100 LESS than what he started with.
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 5 months ago '13        #90
PaperBoy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x11
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 20thCentury said
You profited $700.
2600 sir

Howmuch DID HE EARN!!


Last edited by PaperBoy; 02-22-2024 at 06:57 PM..

 5 months ago '20        #91
lostOne 
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This thread is fu#king hilarious.

I ain't mad at the $700 answer but the question specifically states "EARNED"

You did not EARN the $800. you simply started with it

 5 months ago '10        #92
RedLight 
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 SeanP3688 said
True, so by that definition he made 700 dollars.

His profit was 1100 from the first sell. Made another investment of 1100 which brings him to 0, then sold it again for +700.

You said "he lost 100 dollars" which is completely wrong.
This but this question could be a midfu#k too...

Cause it says "how much did he earn?"

It doesn't specify at which point...

If he bought a cow of $800 and sold it for $1900 then up to that point he earned $1100 in profit. What he chooses to do afterwards has nothing to do with what he earned up to that point lol.

But obviously we are reading the question from the point of view of "what did he earn IN THE END"
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 5 months ago '05        #93
SeanP3688  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 ImChillin2Hard said
But he starts out with $800 how is ending up with $700 earning anything. Thatís not profit. Thatís the remaining balance which is $100 LESS than what he started with.
Lmao the other post already broke it down to 3rd grade level for you.

His ending balance is 1500, not 700. If you can't see how he earned 700, i probably can't help you, I'm no teacher.

 5 months ago '16        #94
ImChillin2Hard 
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 SeanP3688 said
Lmao the other post already broke it down to 3rd grade level for you.

His ending balance is 1500, not 700. If you can't see how he earned 700, i probably can't help you, I'm no teacher.
His beginning is $800. How is ending with $700 earning anything. Maybe I missed that day of 3rd grade..

 5 months ago '05        #95
SeanP3688  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 lostOne said
This thread is fu#king hilarious.

I ain't mad at the $700 answer but the question specifically states "EARNED"

You did not EARN the $800. you simply started with it
But even then he still earned 700, right?


 RedLight said
This but this question could be a midfu#k too...

Cause it says "how much did he earn?"

It doesn't specify at which point...

If he bought a cow of $800 and sold it for $1900 then up to that point he earned $1100 in profit. What he chooses to do afterwards has nothing to do with what he earned up to that point lol.

But obviously we are reading the question from the point of view of "what did he earn IN THE END"
Damn, true true.


Lmao this a good question for a group of friends to see how everybody thinks, does math, and understands the question.


Last edited by SeanP3688; 02-22-2024 at 07:06 PM..
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 5 months ago '05        #96
SeanP3688  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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 ImChillin2Hard said
His beginning is $800. How is ending with $700 earning anything. Maybe I missed that day of 3rd grade..
At the end of the day he has +700 in his account.



800 beginning balance

-800 first investment

0 balance

+1900 first sell

-1100 second investment

800 balance

+700 second sell

1500 ending balance.



So he didn't lose any money. He made 700 dollars.
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 5 months ago '10        #97
RedLight 
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 ImChillin2Hard said
His beginning is $800. How is ending with $700 earning anything. Maybe I missed that day of 3rd grade..
bruh... cause his ORIGINAL $800 has been brought back from the original sale. The $1100 he spent was his first profit gain...

In the end his account should be looking like $1500

Which is $800 from the original sale he made back and the $700 in the end from second sale.

You're thinking he only has $700 in his pockets which is not the case... he ends up with $1500 in his pockets with $700 of it being PROFIT.
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 5 months ago '20        #98
lostOne 
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 RedLight said
This but this question could be a midfu#k too...

Cause it says "how much did he earn?"

It doesn't specify at which point...

If he bought a cow of $800 and sold it for $1900 then up to that point he earned $1100 in profit. What he chooses to do afterwards has nothing to do with what he earned up to that point lol.

But obviously we are reading the question from the point of view of "what did he earn IN THE END"
My answer was more direct but this is the perfect explanation.
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 5 months ago '17        #99
Mario Chalmers  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x18
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Goofy proud to be scaring away the h0es with poorly written math problems acting like heís some sort of genius
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You nerds are so goofy
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 5 months ago '17        #100
2007 
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 AuthenticNC said
I'm more concerned about you selling it for $1900 first time but only $700 second time.... Stick to your day job fam
This is the best part of business boss.

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