In the “Get-One” supermarket, a new software was installed in the computerized billing section which made the calculations of each of the item sold very easy on the first day of the operations. To verify the workability of the software only one of the item was billed on the computer.
Due to some technical problem in the software, it reversed both the numbers of the item sold and price per piece as a result of which the closing of the stock items showed 63 items less and the value on the items still left was shown Rs 936. It was known that both the stocks left and the price per piece are two digit numbers.
How many items were actually left at the end of the day?