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 Home > Logic > Weights and Scales These problems relate to objects of different weight, and using a balanced scale to determine the odd item, be it a false coin, or an under-filled sack of grain. (Usually it's coins though)
Latest: Elevator Ride Resolution Rating: 5.00
• Mr. Salazar weighs 250 pounds.
• Ms. Karstens weighs 100 pounds.
• Mr. Roth weighs 150 pounds.
• The elevator they need to ride only holds 300 pounds.
• They must all get to the top floor of the building.
• There must be an operator in the elevator at all times.

How do they do it?

 (Solution Posted, 1 Comments) Submitted on 2023-01-28 by K Sengupta
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