You would start from the first floor with one egg and test if it broke then if it didn't break you would retrieve it and repeat on the 2nd floor etc. until it broke then you would test from the same floor with the second egg and if that didn't break you would just continue but if it did break you would know that that is the maximum height you can throw it from without it breaking
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