okay so today we will see how analog

weighing machine works I've never used

this before so I check the friend and I

thought there may be other people out

there who would like to know how this is

used or how this is operated so this is

how it looks like

all right so first thing you do is step

on it and now it has these two scales or

two blocks the bigger one and the

smaller one so basically these are these

are here

these numbers are number or weight

ranges so you just need to if you don't

know what your weight is just try

putting it on 100 this is problems by

the way this is not kilograms so this is

the imperial system so you can put it on

100 its 100 now and if you pay attention

this thing moves so you just have to try

to balance it and see if it stops Midway

here and that will tell you your

accurate weight so try moving this to

all the way down and see if this thing

moves it should stop here so this thing

is not moving so basically what it what

it's doing is this is 100 and this is

100 and 200 and 400 and 600 an 8 and so

on so clearly I am NOT and more than 150

pounds that's why the balance is that's

why this pointer is not balancing so

what I will do is since I'm more than

150 move this scale here to 150 and now

I

move this slider and keep an eye over

here whether this moves and stops in

between so I'll keep it moving keep it

moving

so the scale started shifting a bit so

I'll just move it a bit and if you can

see this this is moving now it's not all

the way in the middle you can stop this

and this will be your approximate weight

but if you won't want it more accurate

just try moving it a bit further there

somewhere around 15

and if you see this it's went way up so

we will move it back somewhere between

15 and 16 and the scale here stops in

between so I am 150 plus and 50 into it

or 15 or somewhere somewhere between 15

and 16 and that's what my weight is 250

plus 15 is 165 therefore my weight is in

pounds that's it thank you for watching