you use the 4 litre bucket to feel the 9 litre bucket then empty the 9 when it is full till you end up with 6 in it as follows

you put 2 buckets of 4 into 9

then 1 litre from 4 to fill 9 then empty 9

put remaining 3 into 9

put 4 more in

then 2 to fill 9 and empty

put remaining 2 in

then 4 more

giving you 6 litres

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My way: (Mechanical Engineering Student)

Take the 9l bucket filled to capacity and use it to fill the 4l bucket twice leaving you with 1l remaining in the 9l bucket. Next, pour that 1l into the 4l bucket. Fill the 9l to capacity again. Using the 9l bucket fill the 4l bucket to capacity leaving you with 6l total in the 9l bucket.

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Q: How do you precisely measure 6 liters of water if you only have one 4 liter bucket and one 9 liter bucket with a steady flow of water?

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1. fill up the 7 litre bucket. 2. from the 7 Litre bucket, fill up the 3 lt. bucket, so now you have 3 and 4. 3. throw away the 3 litres you´ve got, then from the 7 litre bucket, (where you have four litres of water left) pour 3 into the 3 litre bucket. Now you have 3 and 1. 4. throw away the 3 litres again, and pour the 1 litre left in the 7 litre bucket into the 3 litre bucket. Now you have 1 and 0. 5. fill up the 7 litre bucket, then from it, pour 2 litres into the one that had 1 litre. Now you have 3 and 5. 6. finally, throw away the 3 litres and there you have 5 litres left.

== == == == Fill the 3l and dump into 5l. Fill 3l again pour into 5l til full, you now have 1l left in 3 l container. dump 5 onto ground, pour the 1l from the 3l container into the 5l, then fill 3l and dump into the 5l....Presto exactly 4 liters are contained in the 5l container. ALTERNATIVELY (i) Fill the 5l and then fill 3l from 5l. This leaves 2l in the 5l. (ii) Empty 3l (iii) Pour the 2l from the 5l into the 3l. This leaves 1l of spare capacity in the 3l. (iv) Fill the 5l again (v) Fill the 3l from the 5l. This leaves 4l in the 5l.ALTERNATE 2:If flow is steady, time may be used to help. Take amount of time it takes to fill 5 liter bucket, divide by 5 then multiply by 4. Answer will be how long you must let the water flow into the 5 liter bucket to fill it upto 4 liters.

Make a hole in the bottom center of a bucket, fill the bucket with water, move bucket in a steady circular motion, then let it go...

Fill the 5 litre bottle. Use the 5 L bottle to fill the 3 L bottle. Pour out the water from the 3 L bottle. Pour the last 2L from the 5 L bottle into the 3 L bottle Now fill the 5 L bottle from the tap. 5L + 2L = 7L.

Assuming that the flow of water is truly steady and one has an accurate timing device (and they are capable of perfect timing), they can fill the three, measuring the time it takes to fill. Dump the three into the six and then begin filling the three again but for 1/3 the time it took to fill in the first place. Dump that remaining amount into the six and one ends up with 4 liters. Really, even a clock will not provide accuracy since there will always be human error in measurement. Without any timing device, there is no precise way to measure 4 liters of water with only 3- and 6-liter buckets because there is no way to get a precise difference that is not divisible by three. This question is usually asked with three- and five-liter buckets. In this case, one fills the three with water, and pours that water into the five. Then they fill the three again and pour into the five until the five is full, leaving the three with one. The water is then dumped from the five and the remaining water in the three is dumped into the five (leaving the five with one). The three is then filled again and dumped into the five, leaving exactly four liters in the five.

Coulomb is a measure of electric charge:One coulomb is the amount of electric charge transported in one second by a steady current of one ampere.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coulomb

As steady as a rock

Its steady !

it is move for the opposite of steady

The opposite of steady is rickety.

steady

She dates a lot, but she has never had a steadyboyfriend.The students are making steady progress in math and reading.Could you hold the ladder steady while I climb up?We had a steady flow of customers in the store all afternoon.

i havent steady yet..

all music has a steady beat

the answer is steady

Steady is an adjective. The noun form is steadiness.

you are very steady on the ripstick

The past tense of steady is steadied.

The population of Steady Brook is 435.

Steady velocity means keeping the same speed. Like in "between the stations, the train maintained a steady velocity".

The Raconteurs - Steady As She Goes

It is on iTunes under "Steady Mobbin'".

The correponding noun to the adjective steady is steadiness.

The funeral procession moved at a slow, steady pace.