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Q: There are 511 gallons of oil How many 23 gallon containers can fully fill?

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You are 6 gallons short of being able to fill 30 containers...

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618/19 = 32 10/19 so you could fill 32 containers.

All you need to do is divide 797 by 26. The answer is 30.7. You can then see that you would be able to fill 30 containers and 7/10 of another one. Therefore, you can fill 30 26 gallon containers FULLY with 797 gallons of milk (which is ALOT by the way :-P)

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391/25 = 15 remainder 16 Therefore, fifteen 25-gallon containers can be completely filled.

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680 gall would fill 40 containers, we are 27 gall short so 38 containers. (653/17 = 38.4)

22 would use 506, leaving 5.

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381 gallons of oil divide by 21 gallon containers = 18 full containers which will use 378 gallons of oil. Container 19 will have only 3 gallons in it.

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600 galls would fill 50 containers. You're less than 12 gallons short so 49.

You can fill 16 and have 13 gallons left over to partially fill container number 17.

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645divided by 21 equals 30.714. Hence, you can fill completely 30 such containers and 71.4% of the 31st container will be filled with water. Answer two If fill means completely fill, than you can fill 30 containers.

Assuming you don't use fractions of the containers: You could fill the 5 gallon container and then decant it into the 4 gallon container until full leaving 1 gallon left in the 5 gallon container. Empty this into another container, repeat the process 2 more times and combine the 3 one gallon containers to make 3 gallons in one.

1. Completely fill the 4 gallon container. 2. Pour 3 of the 4 gallons into the 3 gallon container, leaving 1 gallon in the 4 gallon container. 3. Empty the 3 gallon container and pour the 1 remaining gallon from the 4 gallon container into the 3 gallon container. 4. Fill the 4 gallon container. Now you have a total of 5 gallons, 4 in the 4 gallon container and 1 in the 3 gallon.