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Fill a container three times using the 7-liter jar (which will give you 21 liters), then take out water with the 11-liter jar (which will give you 10 liters).

Q: How do you measure 10 liters of water from a 7 liter jar and a 11 liter jar that are both filled with water?

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Here's a step-by-step solution: Fill up the 5-liter jar completely with water. Pour the water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar until the 3-liter jar is full. Now, you are left with 2 liters of water in the 5-liter jar. Empty the 3-liter jar. Pour the 2 liters of water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar. Fill up the 5-liter jar again. Pour enough water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar to fill it completely (this will take 1 liter). Now, you are left with 4 liters of water in the 5-liter jar, which gives you the required 8 liters of water.

since you're probably talking about the volume of water in the bucket, you could use either ml or liters (1 liter is 1000 ml), grams are a measure of weight and meters measure length.

Fill up 8 liter bucket and 5 liter bucket. Pour 3 liter out from the 5. Pour 6 liter from the 8. Add the remains from the 5l back to the remains in the 8 liter and you have 4 liters.

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2 liters and 1/2 liter = 2,500 milliliters, IF he filled both of them.

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Both really. 1000 mL is 1 L so the water can be expressed in either form but usually in Liters.

Fill the 9 liter jugPour 4 liters off (into the 4 liter jug)Empty the 4 liter jugOf the remaint 5 liters in the 9 liter jug, fill the 4 liter jugEmpty the 4 liter jugPour the remaining 1 liter into the 4 liter jugFill the 9 liter jugPour off 3 liters by filling the 4 liter jug which already has 1 liter in itThe 9 liter jug now holds 6 liters

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Bird baths are stone structures placed in backyards that are filled with water. Some can hold many liters of water whereas some can barely hold a liter.

Fill the 4 liter with water and empty into the 3 liter, leaving one liter in the 4 liter receptacle. Dump the 3 liter water, and pour the remaining one liter from the 4 liter into the 3 liter. Fill the four liter and dump into 3 liter until full. You now have added two liters to the 3 liter receptacle and 2 liters remain in the 4 liter receptacle.

600 litres / (1 litre/bottle) = 600 bottles

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Here's a step-by-step solution: Fill up the 5-liter jar completely with water. Pour the water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar until the 3-liter jar is full. Now, you are left with 2 liters of water in the 5-liter jar. Empty the 3-liter jar. Pour the 2 liters of water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar. Fill up the 5-liter jar again. Pour enough water from the 5-liter jar into the 3-liter jar to fill it completely (this will take 1 liter). Now, you are left with 4 liters of water in the 5-liter jar, which gives you the required 8 liters of water.

Well, it depends. One litre of what? If it is water, it is one kg, since for water 1ml = 1g. 1 liter (water) = 1000 grams