Loss , losses, loss's

by Susan

This is the first year in which profits exceeded ________ (loss, losses or loss's)

My question is, Which Loss is the correct one for the above sentence? I used losses, but I am told this is incorrect

Also, when words end with an s, how do we use them in a plural form (or do we just leave it)

Awaiting your reply

Thank you


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