I have a part time job at a place that houses a fitness center.
We have two scales, one is electronic and the other one is analog, I guess, where you stand on the scale and move little weights until the arrow floats and that’s how much you weigh. No graphic support necessary. I’m sure you get the picture.
Last week the plug in scale goes on the fritz. People are forced to use the old fashioned scale. It does not require a quarter.
We received several complaints that the old scale was not accurate in that it told people that they weighed more than they thought they did. It’s never an under weight is it?
We get the electric scale back and I plug it in. Just for fun I take a ten pound dumb bell and put it on the plug in scale. The weight is indeed ten pounds.
I put that same weight on the older scale which does not plug in, and slide the little markers until the arrow floats.
And the old scale reads…