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?

Your answer:  44kg 
Explanation:  because if you put 63kg on a wight equal 44kg 
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Your answer:  6 
Explanation:  I pretty much drew out the problem to figure out how much wheat there would be at each time. So 1=1 2=3 3=7 4=15 and from there I realized the pattern was multiply by two and add 1 so the next would be 5=31 and then finally 6=63

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Your answer:  63 times 
Explanation:  1x63= 63 
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Your answer:  2.2 pounds 
Explanation:  Measure by kg 
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Your answer:  63 
Explanation:  Add1 63times 
Your answer:  7 
Explanation:  First, measure 1 kg of wheat. Then transfer the 1 kg to the other side with the weight. Doing this lets u weigh 2 kg of wheat. Then transfer and repeat so you can measure 4 kg. Then 8kg the 16 kg then 32kg and lastly 64kg. That gets 6 operations. But you have to find 63 so measure 1 kg and take that off. That makes 7 operations. 