You saw a T-shirt which costs $97. You don't have any money, so you borrowed from your parents $50 each. Your parents agreed and you make sure that you'll pay as soon as you have the money. So now you have $100. You bought the T-shirt for $97 and you have $3 as exchange. You paid your parents $1 each so your credit to them will be deducted by $1. Therefore it will be $49 each. And you still have $1.

$49(your credit to your father) + $49(to your mother)= $98 + $1(the one left to you)= $99

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You saw a T-shirt which costs $97. You don't have any money, so you borrowed from your parents $50 each. Your parents agreed and you make sure that you'll pay as soon as you have the money. So now you have $100. You bought the T-shirt for $97 and you have $3 as exchange. You paid your parents $1 each so your credit to them will be deducted by $1. Therefore it will be $49 each. And you still have $1.

$49(your credit to your father) + $49(to your mother)= $98 + $1(the one left to you)= $99

Where's the $1 to get $100?

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