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There are 1000 mL in a 1 L jug.

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

fill the 3 litre jug, pour it into the 5 litre jug. refill the 3 litre jug, pour into the 5 litre jug until full you will have 1 litre left in the 3 litre jug.

Get A 100ml Cup. Get A 1 Litre Jug. Count How Many You Fill. It Takes 10 Cups To Fill The Jug.

* Fill 4 liter jug. * Empty the 4 liter jug into the 5 liter jug. * Again fill 4 liter jug. * Fill up the 5 liter jug with the 4 liter jug. * There are now 3 liters in the 4 liter jug.

Fill small 3 liter jug with water. Pour into large 8 liter jug. Repeat. Now 6 liters of water in large jug. Repeat again but stop when large jug full. Leaves 1 liter in small jug. Empty large jug. Pour water from small jug into large jug. Refill small jug and pour into large jug. There are now 4 liters of water in large jug.

1 liter = 2.11 pints 1 pint = 0.47 Liter

There are 6600 milliliters in a 6.6 liter jug, because 1liter - 1000milliliters

Okay so fill up the seven liter jug completely and pour as much as you can into the 4 liter jug. You now have 3 liters in the 7 liter jug and 4 liters in the 4 liter jug. Pour the 4 liter out half way, now you have 2 liters in the 4 liter jug. Now pour the contents of the 4 liter jug into the 7 liter jug that has 3 liters in it. You know have a jug with 5 liters.

A 1 litre jug

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.

A 1 litre water jug.

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1 liter

5 times

5.07 cups 1 liter = 4.22 cups 1 cup = 0.23 L 1 L = 4 metric cups

You can have various items with capacity of 1 liter. You can have a jug or bottle with 1 liter capacity.

There are 20 of them.

1. Fill the 3 liter bowl from the 10 liter jug. -Jug: 7/10 -Bowl: 3/3 -Cup: 0/5 2. Pour the 3 liters from the bowl into the 5 liter cup. -Jug: 7/10 -Bowl: 0/3 -Cup: 3/5 3. Fill the 3 liter bowl again from the 10 liter jug. -Jug: 4/10 -Bowl: 3/3 -Cup: 3/5 **If having the 4 liters in the jug is acceptable, just stop here. If you need the 4 liters in the cup, continue. 4. Fill the remainder of the 5 liter cup with with water from the 3 liter bowl. This will use 2 of the 3 liters in the bowl, leaving one left over. -Jug: 4/10 -Bowl: 1/3 -Cup: 5/5 5. Pour the 5 liters in the cup into the jug. -Jug: 9/10 -Bowl: 1/3 -Cup: 0/5 6. Pour the 1 liter from the 3 liter bowl into the 5 liter cup. -Jug: 9/10 -Bowl: 0/3 -Cup: 1/5 7. Fill the 3 liter bowl with water from the 10 liter jug. -Jug: 6/10 -Bowl: 3/3 -Cup: 1/5 8. Pour the 3 liters in the bowl into the 5 liter cup. -Jug: 6/10 -Bowl: 0/3 -Cup: 4/5 You now have 4 liters in the 5 liter cup.

Assuming the jug was empty, it would require 1 litre. If the jug contained any amount of water, the requirement would be 1 litre minus however much was in the jug already.

Fill the 5 litre jug with water. Pour its contents into the 4 litre jug. 1 litre will remain in the 5 litre jug. Pour out the 4 litre jug's contents. Pour the contents of the 5 litre jug into the 4 litre jug. Fill the 5 litre jug. Pour the contents of the 5 litre jug into the 4 litre jug. 2 litres will remain in the 5 litre jug.

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10,000 ten thousand

Ten 1,000 ml = 1 litre 1,000 / 100 = 10

2 litres = 2,000 millilitres, so 1,000 millilitres (1 litre) are needed to fill the half-full jug.