Why does a scale tell us our weight?

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What is the function of weighing scale?

Its function is to measure the weight of a thing

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Well you can weight your self on the scale or tell the difference in between before you started your diet and after.

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What is an example of a scale?

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If you are too big for one scale to read can you weigh with two putting one foot on one scale and the other foot on the other?

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