so its an unanswerable question your saying? im a dumb a person excuse me
In a way, it is. There is so much "it depends" to it.
Speaking only for myself and my own experience: Questions like this just lead to ask more questions.
How full are the pint jars?
How many jars are there?
How thick is the slurry?
What yeast is it?
Is it clean? Or is there a bunch of hop matter and trub in it?
Will you make starters?
Store it on plates or in agar filled test tubes?
Then you hit things like viability and infection possibilities.
Basically, if you say you have a string and want to know how long it is, but I can't measure it, I can't answer the question.
"How long is a string?" is snarky but it's one of the nicer ways the point can be made. "How many licks to get to the center of a Tootsie Roll pop?" also comes to mind. Others were often used by Dad's, uncles, older brothers that I really shouldn't post due to language and unattainable physical locations of bodily items.
I'll stop, but sometimes a comment is just a sort of funny comment.