Sunday morning problem: Can you solve this simple Mathematical problem?I humbly request the Members of ISC to solve this simple problem. Although it is very simple, I could not find the solution by mind calculation (because I don't want to write/calculate rnow). The problem is mentioned below:-
1. I went to purchase 500 grams of 'jilebi' (a sweet) @Rs. 150 per kg.
2. I also ordered to puchase 300 grams of 'namak pyade' (a snacks) @Rs. 165 per kg.
3. The shop-keeper gave 4 gms. less namak pyade', i.e., I got 296 grams of the snacks instead of 300 grams.
4. The shop-keeper gave me 6 gms. more 'jilebi', i.e., I got 506 grams of the sweet instead of 500 grams.
Kindly let me know whether I have been benefitted or not from the above two mistakes of the shop-keeper. If possible, kindly provide the entire calculation for my benefit. Send the answer to: email@example.com