Calculate the loss on selling 50 shares of stock originally bought at 133/4 and sold at 12. A. \$87.50 B. \$80.50 C. \$687.50 D. \$600.00
The loss on selling 50 shares of stock originally bought at 13 3/4 and sold at 12 is \$87.50. Solution: 13.75 - 12 = 1.75 1.75 * 50 = 87.50 (answer)
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Updated 142 days ago|6/8/2020 2:36:15 PM
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The loss on selling 50 shares of stock originally bought at 13 3/4 and sold at 12 is \$87.50.
Solution:
13.75 - 12 = 1.75
1.75 * 50 = 87.50 (answer)
Added 142 days ago|6/8/2020 2:36:15 PM

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