Q: How deep does a jug line need to be?

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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.

Fill the 5L jug. Pour into 3L jug so that it is full and 2L remain in the 5L jug. Empty the 3L jug and then pour 2L from the 5L jug into the 3L jug. Fill the 5L jug again. So now you have 5L in the 5L jug and 2L in the 3L jug. Total of 7L.

There are lots of ways to do this, but here's one: Fill the 5 gallon jug to the top. Pour the water from the 5 gallon jug to the 3 gallon jug until the 3 gallon jug is full. What's left in the 5 gallon jug is 5 - 3 = 2 gallons. Dump what's in the 3 gallon jug. Put the 2 gallons from the larger jug into the smaller jug. Now fill the 5 gallon jug. You'll have 5 + 2 = 7 gallons, as needed.

Assuming that you have more than one of each size jug (you need at least two of one size and one of the other), fill the 7L jug, then pour the water from the 7L jug into the 5L jug. There is now 2L left in the 7L jug. Get a different 7L jug and fill it, then pour that into another 5L jug (or empty the first 5L jug and reuse it). Once again, you will have 2L left over in the 7L jug. Pour that 2L into the other jug with 2L left over and you will have 4 Liters of water.Expressed mathematically, (7 - 5) + (7 - 5) = 4

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

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Yup', matter of fact, some of your biggest jug line makers are out of the "Longhorn" state ;)... < ' ( (( > <

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.

Fill the 5L jug. Pour into 3L jug so that it is full and 2L remain in the 5L jug. Empty the 3L jug and then pour 2L from the 5L jug into the 3L jug. Fill the 5L jug again. So now you have 5L in the 5L jug and 2L in the 3L jug. Total of 7L.

Water lines need to be burried at least 48" deep.

There are lots of ways to do this, but here's one: Fill the 5 gallon jug to the top. Pour the water from the 5 gallon jug to the 3 gallon jug until the 3 gallon jug is full. What's left in the 5 gallon jug is 5 - 3 = 2 gallons. Dump what's in the 3 gallon jug. Put the 2 gallons from the larger jug into the smaller jug. Now fill the 5 gallon jug. You'll have 5 + 2 = 7 gallons, as needed.

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Assuming that you have more than one of each size jug (you need at least two of one size and one of the other), fill the 7L jug, then pour the water from the 7L jug into the 5L jug. There is now 2L left in the 7L jug. Get a different 7L jug and fill it, then pour that into another 5L jug (or empty the first 5L jug and reuse it). Once again, you will have 2L left over in the 7L jug. Pour that 2L into the other jug with 2L left over and you will have 4 Liters of water.Expressed mathematically, (7 - 5) + (7 - 5) = 4

you use castrol oil . green bottle or if you cant get it use good quality oil and old grease out of a deep fat fryer works but you need 1 small jug and it works normal .

1. You fill it up with liquid and then. 2. Then what number it is on that is how many litres or millerlitres. 3. Some mesureing jugs have line the first line is 250 millerlitres than 500 millerlitres then 750 millerlitres than 1 litre. See how the numbers are adding by 250 millerlitres.

Fill the seven litre jug. Empty into 9l jug. Refill 7 litre jug and empty into 9l jug. 7l jug now contains 5l, whilst 9l jug is full. Empty 9l jug. Pour contents of 7l jug into 9l jug. Refill 7l jug and empty into 9l jug. The remainder in the 7l jug will be 3 litres

In Runescape a wine Jug is Simply Referred to as a Jug :)

Fill 7 Ltr jug from well 7 Ltr jug ->(pour into) 5 ltr jug Unplug the 5 ltr jug 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug fill 7 ltr jug from the well. 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug unplug the 5 ltr jug (You will have 4 lrs in the 7 ltr jug and nothing in the 5 ltr jug) 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug fill the 7 ltr jug from the well 7 ltr jug -> 5 ltr jug You will have 6 ltrs of water in the 7 ltr jug which you can put on the lever to open the gate Shailesh Singh Pakuranga, Auckland