Point of clarification: The use of the word "weight" really intends to be "weighting" as in saying that the weight loss of two clients have "equal weighting" in terms of the final score calculation.
The wording may be clearer here:
"In calculating the final score for the contest, the weight loss for a fitness trainer's third client (Client 3) had equal weighting as the weight loss on Client 2."
In other words, did the weight loss in client 3 have the same level of input/impact on the final score calculation as did the weight loss for client 2?
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