2 litres = 2,000 millilitres, so 1,000 millilitres (1 litre) are needed to fill the half-full jug.
Assuming the jug was empty, it would require 1 litre. If the jug contained any amount of water, the requirement would be 1 litre minus however much was in the jug already.
None, it's full of water you doughnut..!
Depends entirely on the size of the jug and what it is made of, there is no standard sizeIt depends on the size of the jug and how much the jug weighs.
There are lots of ways to do this, but here's one: Fill the 5 gallon jug to the top. Pour the water from the 5 gallon jug to the 3 gallon jug until the 3 gallon jug is full. What's left in the 5 gallon jug is 5 - 3 = 2 gallons. Dump what's in the 3 gallon jug. Put the 2 gallons from the larger jug into the smaller jug. Now fill the 5 gallon jug. You'll have 5 + 2 = 7 gallons, as needed.
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The answer will completely depend on the capacity of that particular jug.
Fill the seven litre jug. Empty into 9l jug. Refill 7 litre jug and empty into 9l jug. 7l jug now contains 5l, whilst 9l jug is full. Empty 9l jug. Pour contents of 7l jug into 9l jug. Refill 7l jug and empty into 9l jug. The remainder in the 7l jug will be 3 litres
Method 1: Fill the 3-gallon jug. Pour this into the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 3-gallon jug again, and pour from it into the 5-gallon jug until it is full. This leaves 1 gallon in the 3-gallon jug. Empty the 5-gallon jug, and then pour the gallon from the 3-gallon jug into it. Fill the 3-gallon jug, and pour it into the 5-gallon jug, thus making 4 gallons. Method 2: Fill the 5-gallon jug. Pour this into the 3-gallon jug until it's full. Empty the 3-gallon jug, and then pour the remaining two gallons into the 3-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug, and then pour into the 3-gallon jug until it is full, leaving 4 gallons in the 5-gallon jug.
If it's full, it will be holding 6 quarts.
fill the 3 litre jug, pour it into the 5 litre jug. refill the 3 litre jug, pour into the 5 litre jug until full you will have 1 litre left in the 3 litre jug.
If you fill a 5 gallon jug then pour all you can into the 3 gallon jug you are left with 2 gallons of water in the 5 gallon jug. You then empty the 3 gallon jug and pour the 2 gallons of water in the 5 gallong jug into the 3 gallon jug Now you have 2 gallons of water in the 3 gallon jug and no water in the 5 gallon jug Fill the 5 gallon jug up with water Now you have a full 5 gallon jug and a 3 gallon jug with 2 gallons of water top off the 3 gallon jug with water from the 5 gallon jug Now you have 4 gallons of water in the 5 gallon jug and a full 3 gallon jug empty the 3 gallon jug Now you have an empty 3 gallon jug and 4 gallons of water in a 5 gallon jug. Fill the 3 gallon jug using the water in the 5 gallon jug. You now have a 3 gallon jug full of water and 1 gallon of water in a 5 gallon jug
Fill the 5 pint jug and poor it into the 3 pint jug until the 3 pint jug is full. Then there are two pints left in the 5 pint jug.
a measuring jug is 1 gallon; or 16 cups.
The answer depends on the size of the jug. There is no standard size.
find a jug just wide enough to fit the whole potato. Find a measuring jug that the jug fits into. Fill the first jug with water and put it into the empty measuring jug. Place the potato into the full jug. Let the water spill into the measuring jug. Take the first jug out and the amount of water that spilled out is equal to the volume of the potato. This is called displacement and was devised by Archimedes.
Fill small 3 liter jug with water. Pour into large 8 liter jug. Repeat. Now 6 liters of water in large jug. Repeat again but stop when large jug full. Leaves 1 liter in small jug. Empty large jug. Pour water from small jug into large jug. Refill small jug and pour into large jug. There are now 4 liters of water in large jug.
Yes. When it is empty it is about the size of your fist and when it is full it can be as large as a gallon jug.
its simply 512/ 0.5 which equals 1024
Fill the 5L jug. Pour into 3L jug so that it is full and 2L remain in the 5L jug. Empty the 3L jug and then pour 2L from the 5L jug into the 3L jug. Fill the 5L jug again. So now you have 5L in the 5L jug and 2L in the 3L jug. Total of 7L.
You would use volume to see how much juice is in a jug.
You take the jug they give you at the lab for this purpose. Every time you need to urinate, you pee in the jug. After 24 hours of doing this, you return the jug full of urine to the lab.
milk in a full jug
Fill up the three gallon jug and pour it into the five gallon jug. Refill the three gallon jug and pour from it into the five gallon jug until it is full. What remains in the three gallon jug will be one gallon.