Q: The smallest package weighed only one third more than one half the weight of the heaviest package If the two packages combined weighed 100 kilograms how much did the smaller package weigh?

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No, Kilograms is the heaviest and milligrams are the smallest. KG, HG, DAG, G, DG, CG, MG

40 kg

No quarts are not the smallest, the smallest of the are cups

Kilograms, gram's would be to large of a number and you should always try to have the smallest number possible, that way when you hare your numbers with other people this makes it easier for people to remember the numbers, because they don't have this extremely large number for them to remember. Now depending on who your sharing your information with, I suggest that if your sharing with people that are not scientist or people that send their information outside of the country, use your native conversion's. (For example: In the U.S.A use pounds not kilograms that's not what we use.)

1 is the smallest positive integer. But if you include negative integers, there is no smallest.

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No, Kilograms is the heaviest and milligrams are the smallest. KG, HG, DAG, G, DG, CG, MG

40 kg

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There is none because one animal can't be the biggest animal and the smallest animal at the same time!