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Determine your weight from 2 different answers from 2 weighting scalescales

You have 2 movable weighing scales.
Their least count is 1 gram.
   You have tried both to find out your weight, but they give you different answers.
You do not know whether both of them are broken, or only one of them is broken.

You know the problem of a weighing scale is:  
If your actual weight is $A$, then it will show $A\pm C$$A+C$.     ($C$ is a constant for that scale, which can be negative.)
 

Without fixing your weighing scalescales, how do you determine your weight correctly  ?

Note  :

  • If there is nothing on ita scale, it shows no reading    (no zero errorso you cannot determine $C$ by "weighing nothing")
     
  • You do not know the constant errorerrors ($C$) of your weighing scale
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  • You do not have any other things to check your weight
     

Determine your weight from 2 different answers from 2 weighting scale

You have 2 movable weighing scales.
Their least count is 1 gram.
 You have tried both to find out your weight, but they give you different answers.
You do not know whether both of them are broken, or only one of them is broken.

You know the problem of a weighing scale is:  
If your weight is $A$, then it will show $A\pm C$.  ($C$ is a constant for that scale.)
 

Without fixing your weighing scale, how do you determine your weight correctly  ?

Note  :

  • If there is nothing on it, it shows no reading  (no zero error)
     
  • You do not know the constant error ($C$) of your weighing scale
  • You do not have any other things to check your weight
     

Determine your weight from 2 different answers from 2 weighting scales

You have 2 movable weighing scales.
Their least count is 1 gram.
  You have tried both to find out your weight, but they give you different answers.
You do not know whether both of them are broken, or only one of them is broken.

You know the problem of a weighing scale is:
If your actual weight is $A$, then it will show $A+C$.   ($C$ is a constant for that scale, which can be negative.)

Without fixing your scales, how do you determine your weight correctly?

Note:

  • If there is nothing on a scale, it shows no reading  (so you cannot determine $C$ by "weighing nothing")
  • You do not know the constant errors ($C$) of your scales
  • You do not have any other things to check your weight
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4 grammar & spelling, \pm. Not sure whether IF both are broken they have the same C.
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You have 2 movable weighing scales.
It'sTheir least count is 1 gram.
You have tried both to find out your weight.
But both, but they give you different answers.
You do not know whether both of them are broken, or only one of them is broken.

You know the problem of your weightinga weighing scale is  :
If your weight is $A$,then then it will show $A$ +/- $C$$A\pm C$. ($C$ is a constant for that scale.)

Without fixing your weighing scale, how todo you determine correctly your weight correctly ?.

Note :

  • If there is nothing on it, it shows no reading (no zero error)
  • You do not know the constant error ($C$) of your weightingweighing scale
  • You do not have any other things to check your weight

You have 2 movable weighing scales.
It's least count is 1 gram.
You have tried both to find out your weight.
But both give you different answers.
You do not know whether both of them are broken, or one of them is broken.

You know the problem of your weighting scale is  :
If your weight is $A$,then it will show $A$ +/- $C$ ($C$ is a constant)

Without fixing your weighing scale, how to determine correctly your weight ?.

Note :

  • If there is nothing on it, it shows no reading (no zero error)
  • You do not know the constant error ($C$) of your weighting scale
  • You do not have any other things to check your weight

You have 2 movable weighing scales.
Their least count is 1 gram.
You have tried both to find out your weight, but they give you different answers.
You do not know whether both of them are broken, or only one of them is broken.

You know the problem of a weighing scale is:
If your weight is $A$, then it will show $A\pm C$. ($C$ is a constant for that scale.)

Without fixing your weighing scale, how do you determine your weight correctly ?

Note :

  • If there is nothing on it, it shows no reading (no zero error)
  • You do not know the constant error ($C$) of your weighing scale
  • You do not have any other things to check your weight
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