# Nine balls

Imagine that you have exactly the same appearance nine balls of which one has a greater mass than the other. You have isosceles weights. Post a procedure as you would using a weights to discover heavier balls. How many measurements at least you have to do?

Result

n =  3

#### Solution:

1. OOOO OOOO
2. OO OO
3. O O

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