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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.

lots. but 100mm of rain will fill any regular shaped (cylindrical) container 100mm. so a 200mmx100mm container in 100mm rain will collect 2 litres (100x100x200=2000000mm³=2l)

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The theoretical answer will depend on the shape of the tank; information which you have chosen not to share. The only alternative is to fill the tank and then empty it using a measured container. If, for example, a k litre container can be filled from the tank n times, then the volume of the tank is k*n litres.

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You would need 5 bottles of 500 ml each to fill a 2.5-liter container.

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

1000 millilitres = 1 litre so there are 1000/200 = 5 bottles.1000 millilitres = 1 litre so there are 1000/200 = 5 bottles.1000 millilitres = 1 litre so there are 1000/200 = 5 bottles.1000 millilitres = 1 litre so there are 1000/200 = 5 bottles.

It would take approximately 5, 750 ml bottles to fill a U.S. gallon. eraofbusiness

There are 1000 ml in a liter, so multiply 6 by 1000 and then divide it by your bucket size.

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Yes, the word 'bottles' is both a noun (bottle, bottles) and a verb (bottle, bottles, bottling, bottled).The noun 'bottles' is the plural form of the singular noun 'bottle', a word for a type of container; a word for a thing.The verb 'bottles' is the third person, singular, present of the verb to bottle; meaning to fill such a container with liquid.

use 2 litre jug and fill half

Take the 5 litres or liquid solid or gas and put it into the 5 litre container.