# What would you do (see details )?

You are a teacher in a classroom.
You have a total of 27 kids unde your supervision. One day you decide to go to see a show, but it turns out your reservation has been mixed up so your whole class is relegated to the back of the room.
The organizers offer you some chairs to stand upon though.
Now there's a problem, see the kids are not all of same height.
9 are short, 9 are average and 9 are very tall.
The tallest 9 can see just fine above the seated crowd but they want to sit down and be comfortable too.
The average 9 struggle a bit on their toes to see anything.
And the smallest can't see anything no matter what they do.

Now... you have 27 chairs but they turn out to be of different sizes.
Do you...
a) give the tallest kids the smallest chairs, the average kids the larger chairs and the smallest the biggest chairs

b) give each kids equal sized chairs

Inspired by a UN report that i will link after i get some results.

• Option A
Vote A
• Option B
Vote B
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Ok for the same of maintaining the story intact, let's assume that the Option A is to give the smallest kids 2 chairs one on top of the other to sit on and the tallest kids get none.

Someone complained about chair size :)

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