Surfing Scientist | Conundrums © 2004, Ruben Meerman, ABC Science Conundrum # 9 Hourglass Problem You have two hourglasses. One empties in 7 minutes.
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Heinwasobsessed with hourglasses. He drew a cartoon of himself on an elevator with Einstein, pondering an oversized hourglass. He designed an hourglass-powered perpetual motion machine and created a fantasy ocean full of bobbing hourglasses.
But you have only 2 Hourglasses, one measures 7-minutes, and the other measures 4-minutes. How can you correctly measure 9 minutes? (19) You haveabalance scale with four weights.
Special example: The Defender has spent 4 Hourglasses for the Cannon action, but due to a saboteur, its cost rose to 5. The cannon is built as soon as the saboteur is removed, since the required cost has been paid.
Hourglasses are an ancient symbol of the passage of time that have been used throughout history, and they evoke a captivating sense of nautical adventure and prestige.
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Hourglasses are similar to candle clocks because they also measure the time it takes for something to happen. Hourglasses 10 work by measuring the time it takes for sand to pour through a small opening into a glass.
THE AMERICAN MINERAI,OGIST, VOL. 56, MAY-JUNE, 1971 A PARABOLIC HOURGLASS STRUCTURE IN TITANAUGITE N. H. Gnev, Department of Geology and Geography, Un'ittersity oJ C onnecticut.
of hourglasses was on ships where the fall of the sand was not affected by the motion of the ships. Example . This hourglass is a commercial version available