Fill the 5 litre container and empty it into the 9 litre one. Fill the 5 litre (again) and empty 4 litres into the 9 litre container. Now - empty the remaining litre into the 6 litre container. Finally re-fill the 5 litre container and empty into the 6 litre one - and you're done.
Several ways to achieve this - here is one solution. Fill the 5 litre container and pour it all into the 9 litre container. Fill the 5 litre container and pour it into the 9 litre container until the latter is full - leaving 1 litre in the 5 litre container. Empty the 9 litre container. Fill the 3 litre container and empty into 9 litre container. Repeat. There are now 6 litres in the 9 litre container. Pour the 1 litre from the 5 litre container into the 9 litre container which now contains 7 litres.
First fill 5 litre and pour it into 7 Litre. Then again fill 5 litre and pour to 7 litre. Now 3 litres are left in 5 litre container. Empty 7 litre and pour 3 litre in it. Again fill 5 litre and pour in 7 litre. Now 7 litre is full and 1 liter left in 5 liter container. Empty 7 litre and pour 1 litre which is left in 5 litre container. Now 1 litre is already in 7 litre container, now fill 5 litre and pour into 7 litre container. now it is 6 litre in 7 litre container. DONE!
9 quatre litre's will fill a 2 and a quatre litre can
24L/1500mL = 24/1.5 = 16 buckets.
16 halfpint cartons of water are needed to fill the gallon container
Donkeys can fill nine large buckets with their pee.
4 cups to a litre
Fill the 6 litre jar, and pour its entire contents into the 11 litre jar. Now fill the 6 litre jar again, and pour as much into the 11 litre jar as will fit. What is left in the 6 litre jar is 1 litre. Pour that 1 litre into another container. Pour out the 11 litre jar. Repeat this process two more times, each time getting 1 more litre into the container. When you have done it three times, you will have 3 litres.
use 2 litre jug and fill half
Take the 5 litres or liquid solid or gas and put it into the 5 litre container.
No, compost is bulky and will have air-spaces. So less compost can be packed into the litre container. Water is a liquid and will fill the container completely, and will be heavier.
Fill the 3 litre can and pour it into the 5 litre can, do this again until the 5 litre can is full. This leaves 1 litre in the 3 litre can. Empty the 5 litre can and tip the one litre from the 3 litre can into the 5 litre can. Now fill the 3 litre can to the top and empty this into the 5 litre can - 4 litres.
Yes... First fill the 8 litre jug completely from the tap and then pour the contents into the 15 litre jug. Next fill the 8 litre jug completely from the tap and pour the contents into the 15 litre jug until it is full and you will be left with exactly 1 litre of water in the 8 litre jug.
Assuming you have a separate container to hold the 4 litres... Fill the 5 litre and empty it into the 8 litre. Repeat - and retain the 2 litres you have left when the 8 litre is full - pour that into the 'spare' container. Empty the 8 litres out and repeat the process again - you should now have 4 litres in your spare container.
2 litres = 2,000 millilitres, so 1,000 millilitres (1 litre) are needed to fill the half-full jug.
That is 1/4 of a Kilogram. 1 litre of water weighs 1 kilogram
You would need ten 200 millilitre containers to completely fill a 2 litre container.
gas diffuses to fill its container
This question depends on the size of the bucket. "Ordinary" buckets come in many sizes.
Yes, a gas will always fill the container that it is in.
fill the 3 litre. empty this into the 8 litre. Fill the 3 litre, empty this into the 5 litre. Fill the 3 litre, empty as much as possible into the 5 litre, but you'll have one left. when you add this 1 to the 8 litre jug that you've already got 3 litres in already, this gives you 4 litres.