Two friends each weighing 150 lbs arrive at a Rope bridge 100 yards long.
The warning sign at the start of the bridge informs it can hold only a maximum of 325 lbs of weight at any given second, otherwise it instantly collapses endangering any crossing humans.
Both wish to cross the bridge simultaneously while each of them carries three sacks of potatoes one of which is 2 lbs, the second is 3 lbs while the third sack is 11 lbs.
How will they be able to accomplish this in one single trip together?
Please Please clearly state your assumptions. Water under the bridge. Just do not give up based on some prejudices or previous experience. This is a Classical Problem to Solve.
Socrates : What Plato is going to say next is a Lie. Plato: Whatever Socrates mentioned is the truth.