Post
Anyone knows how to solve this? You go to two friends and borrow 25$ from each. With 50$, you go and spend 47$. You decide to start paying your debts to your friends so you give each one a dollar and keep one for yourself. Now you owe 24$ to each of them. 24+24=48, plus the dollar you kept, 49$. How do you start with 50$ and end up with 49$?
DanielSan1985 DanielSan1985 26-30, M 11 Answers Nov 27, 2012 in Community

Your Response

Cancel

You still owe 48 dollars...which could increase based upon interest accrued...plus, have you paid taxes on the fifty dollar sum?

You my friend owe more then you realize.



I can lend you some money at five percent interest, but I will need collateral in order to satisfy the parameters of our agreement.

Do we have a deal?

Best Answer

....see this is the feckin problm with the dollar ....stick to the Euro in which case it wouldnt matter a noggin of goat shite how much you loaned cause what the hell were all friends and we would drink the money anyway !!!!!

Best Answer

You are mixing your debits and credits across the accounting margin. You owe $48 (debit) and you have $1(Credit). If you pay your loan off you only owe $47.

Best Answer

Okay you don't have 49 dollars owed. You were loaned 50 Dollars between your two friends. You spent 47 dollars and had 3 dollars change. You gave 2 dollars of that three dollars change to each of your two friends evenly. You kept 1 dollar dishonestly and still owe 47 dollars. So in total it has left you owing them 48 dollars. So you still only owe them 24 dollars each.

Best Answer

your asking the wrong person and site XD

Best Answer

Related Questions