Farm Fair Contest
What is the minimum number of weighing operations required
to measure 63 kg of wheat,
if only one weight of 1 kg is available?

Shaka Prynne from United States School: Richmond Elementary    Report Abusive 
Your answer:  If I want to minimize trips to teh scale, I'd say 7. 
Explanation:  OK, the scale only weighs 1Kg at a time, but wheat has a uniform density, so I ask my workers to make nine fairly equal piles of wheat. Then I take one pile of wheat and weigh it in 1kg increments.
Nine is a good number because it is the largest number you can remember without writing it down. Each pile should weigh whatever it weighs (actually 7kg), and with a weight of 1kg, it's seven trips to the scale. Of course you have the work of shoveling all those piles. 
someone from Antigua and Barbuda School: crazy elementary    Report Abusive 
Your answer:  63 
Explanation:  i think it's 63 cause it is 63!! 3 
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i hate this question!!! from Zimbabwe School: Some School    Report Abusive 
Your answer:  63 
Explanation:  idk 
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Your answer:  63 
Explanation:  
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Your answer:  63 
Explanation:  Because there is the 63 kg. 
Your answer:  44kg 
Explanation:  because if you put 63kg on a wight equal 44kg 
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