God Will Fix It

It seems that I am always wrong here, you know with certain things like finances for a class project, my partner says that our float was an expense for our record of revenue, I put it down as a revenue because if it was an expense it would end up being $20.00 from $0.00 which would be -$20.00, am I correct?

Anways, we made a profit of $25.50 from sales that day and she claims that our profit would be $45.50…. but wait, seeing as our float was an expense we are listed as $20.00 in the hole, so our balance to that point would be $5.50 and not $45.50.

As I mention that and argue it nicely she says « Figure it out yourself, I’m leaving » and she storms out all pissed off for being wrong herself*.

Really, if I haven’t already lost you out in the land of finances you’d see my point that $25.50+$-20.00=$5.50. But I won’t argue other peoples insanity.

(btw, if you want to see the document, login to the community (link boxes on various pages) and goto the files section, it is called JonesSoda.doc)

*edit: What my original post didn’t include was the conversation running up to this, I remember it very clearly because basically it was a bit cray cray.  When I explained to her the maths behind it and posed the question to her, because we basically owe 20$ for the float, she said and I quote

God will make it right.

then it went down hill from there.  The original post isn’t really explaining it well and since I can’t find the original document nor remember much other than the slap down of God’s holy name, I’m going to leave it as is.  Because you can’t change history.

Auteur de l’article : Kévin

Hipster Bloggeur depuis 2000, commencé chez LiveJournal et changé des plateformes chaque jour après.

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