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What's a good and consistent method to answer the non-market sizing questions such as: how many golf balls fit into X; how much does an airplane weight, i.e. questions of that type? Thanks and cheers

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First, understand what is the "ocean" (e.g. assess the main dimensions of plane, etc.)

Second, understand the unit with which you deal (e.g. ball, ppl, table)

Third, understand the limitations & bottle-necks (e.g. has to be a space for the people to move back & force)

The last, do the math

Important: don't try to be precise. The way you think is much more important than the figures. But don't diminish meaning of figures as well.