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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.

Fill the 5 gallon jug Pour from the 5 gallon to fill the 3 gallon jug You now have 2 gallons in the 5 gallon jug Empty the 3 gallon jug Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon jug into the 3 gallon jug Fill the 5 gallon jug Pour from the 5 gallon jug to fill the three gallon jug -- this will tale 1 gallon You now have 4 gallons in the 5 gallon jug

Fill the 5 gallon jug completely then pour that into the 3 gallon jug. Empty out the 3 gallon jug and pour the remaining water in the 5 gallon jug into the 3 gallon jug. Then just fill up the 5 gal jug again you will have 2 gallons in the 3 gallon jug and 5 gallons in the 5 gallon jug.

Any container larger than 0.13368 cubic feet in size. A large milk jug. 4 quarts

Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid. Pour the liquid into the 7-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and top-off the 7-gallon jug with the liquid of the 5-gallon. There will one gallon of liquid left in the 5-gallon jug. Empty the contents of the 7-gallon jug and fill it with the one gallon left in the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and pour it into the 7-gallon jug that contains one gallon of liquid. Do the math, one gallon plus five gallons equals six gallons of liquid.

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AnswerThere are three ways to do this. Method 1Step 1 : Fill the 5 gallon jug and then pour it into the 3 gallon jug. The 5 gallon jug has2 gallons left.Step 2 : Now throw the 3 gallon water away. Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon jug to the 3 gallon jug. So now the 3 gallon jug has just 2 gallons of water.Step 3 : Fill the 5 gallon jug again, and pour 1 gallon to the 3 gallon jug. What do u have left in the 5 gallon jug ?? 4 gallons of water.. !Method 2Next to each step, the current contents (in gallons of water) of the two jugs (5 gallon first, then 3 gallon) is written.5 0 Fill the 5 gallon jug.2 3 Pour 3 gallons into the other jug, leaving 2 gallons.2 0 Empty the 3 gallon jug.0 2 Pour the 2 gallons from the 5 gallon jug into the 3 gallon jug.5 2 Fill the 5 gallon jug again.4 3 Top up the 3 gallon jug from the 5 gallon jug, leaving 4 gallons in the 5 gallon jug.Method 3You fill the three gallon jug and then pour it into the five gallon jug. Then you fill it again and pour it in the five gallon jug, leaving one gallon in the three gallon jug. Then you pour out the five gallon jug, pour the one gallon from the three gallon jug into the five gallon jug, then you fill the three gallon jug, pour it into the five gallon jug, leaving four gallons in the five gallon jug. P.S Who designed that annoying bomb you're trying to defuse?

Yes you can. Fill the 8 gallon jug and from it fill the 5 gallon jug. Pour out the 5 gallons and pour the rest of the 8 into it. You now have 3 gallons in the 5 gallon jug Refill the 8 gallon jug and from it finish filling the 5 gallon jug. You now have 5 gallons in the 5 gallon jug and 6 in the 8 gallon. Empty the 5 gallon jug and refill it from the 8 gallon and you have 1 gallon left in the 8 gallon jug. There are other ways of doing this wasting less water. See if you can figure it out.

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