First we'd go to floor 50 and drop an egg. It either breaks, or it does not. The
outcome of this drop instantly cuts our problem in half. If it breaks, we know the ...
Then we really don't have an answer to the problem since we have not found the
threshold floor for the ... We can take the 2nd egg and drop it from the first floor.
Brute Force logic: Start from ground floor and keep going up until the egg breaks
at floor X. ... If the threshold was 99th floor, then you would have to drop the first
egg 10 times and ... For that, we need to generalize the problem to have n floors.
(1) Consider the case that the first drop breaks the egg. Then you can determine
the ... I have seen and solved this problem for 2 eggs where answer comes out to
be 14 for N=100. I tried to understand the generalized solution ...
Egg dropping refers to a class of problems in which it is important to find the
correct ... Using binary search, you would have to drop the first egg from the floor.
Jan 19, 2010 ... On the 2 egg problem, I may be mistaken, but I think I can improve upon ... Then
add n-2 if the first egg does not break, drop it from floor 38, the ...
Feb 12, 2013 ... The Great Egg Crash Jennifer Chen Walter Johnson High School Problem
Statement Automobiles have become a permanent fixture in ...
If an egg is dropped from above that floor, it will break. If it is dropped from that
floor or below, it will be completely undamaged and you can drop the egg again.
The egg drop project is such a fun way incorporate critical thinking and problem
solving into a fun science activity for kids, and it's great for a wide variety of ages.
The Classic "Egg-Drop" experiment has been a standard in science ... The
problem (or, more appropriately, the challenge) in this scenario is to drop an egg