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A lady buys goods
worth Rs.200
from a shop.
(shopkeeper selling the
goods
with zero profit)
..
The lady gives him
1000 rs note.
The shopkeeper gets
the change
from the next
shop and keeps 200 for himself
and returns
Rs.800 to the lady.
..
Later the shopkeeper of
the next
shop comes
with
the 1000 Rs note
saying
"duplicate" and takes his money back.
.
.
How much LOSS did the shopkeeper
face.?
..
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    1200

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    2000

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