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Tom Ware says
TR Smith says
That's more efficient than using 11 powers-of-2 weights: 1, 2, 4, ..., 1024, which was how I first thought to do it. Since you can balance on both sides, there's more freedom.
Brilliant! Thinking out side the box ehh. This technique would work on binary weights too. 2048 on one side, 32 + 16 on the other side.
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