There are many coin weighing puzzles. So a general attribution to all of them. (And I will fully understand if you completely ignore this one). Hope this is not a duplicate.
But I think this is a little different :)
There are 3 bags of coins. Ten coins in each bag. They look exactly the same.
One bag, let's say has normal weight coins. All 10 grams each.
Second bag has coins that weigh exactly 11 grams each.
And the third bag has coins that weigh exactly 12 grams each.
Of course you do not know which bag is which.
There is a digital "pan" type scale on which you have to press a button to get the weight reading. Importantly, the scale cannot read over 50 grams
You are allowed only one weight reading. Only from that reading you must decide which bag has 10 gram coins, which bag has 11 gram coins and which one has 12 gram coins. No other ways are allowed.