How can you measure 6 liters of water using only 4 and 9-liter bowls?
If the 5 liter bowl is first filled, then 3 liters of water from the 5 liter bowl can be poured into the 3 liter bowl. There should be 2 liters of water left in the 5 liter bowl, and 3 liters in the 3 liter bowl. Dump out the water in the 3 liter bowl, and replace it from the remaining 2 liters from the 5 liter bowl. Refill the 5 liter bowl, and pour 1 liter of water from the 5 liter bowl into the 3 liter bowl. There should be 4 liters in the 5 liter bowl, and 3 liters in the 3 liter bowl. Dump out the 3 liter bowl for a total of 4 liters left in the 5 liter bowl. Nice answer here as well: See link below for nice answer
2 liters and 1/2 liter = 2,500 milliliters, IF he filled both of them.
Grams are a measure of weight. Liters are a measure of volume. The two do not directly interchange. A liter of WATER weighs 1000 grams. A liter of alcohol or a liter of mercury would have very different weights.
None.Millimeters measure length and liters measure volume so they are not comparable.Milliliters measure volume and there are a thousand of them in 1 liter
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Fill the 5 liter container.Pour it into the 8 liter container.Fill the 5 liter container again.Pour it into the 8 liter container again, but stop when the 8 liter container is full.The 5 liter container now contains 2 liters.
Fill up the seven liter cup cup and subtract 3 liters with the three liter cup and roughly add one liter.