# Math trivia question?

Out of 101 coins, 50 are counterfeit and differ from the original ones in weight by 1 gram. You pick a coin out of those 101 coins. You have a scale that shows the difference in weights between the two sides of the scale. Can you check in one weighing if that coin is counterfeit?

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