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Q: How many cups of water does it take to fill a two gallon container?

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Notation: ( x , y ) where x is the amount of water in the 3-gallon container and y is the amount of water in the 5-gallon container1. Fill the three-gallon container ( 3 , 0 )2. Pour the three gallons into the 5-gallon container ( 0 , 3 )3. Fill the three-gallon container ( 3 , 3 )4. Fill the five-gallon container with the three-gallon container, leaving 1 gallon in the three gallon container ( 1 , 5 )5. Pour out the water from the five-gallon container ( 1 , 0 )6. Pour the water from the three-gallon container into the five-gallon container ( 0 , 1 )7. Fill the three-gallon container ( 3 , 1 )8. Pour the water from the three-gallon container into the five-gallon container ( 0 , 4 )Another great answer here:[See below for the related link]

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The capacity in gallons of water to completely fill the container.

fill 3 gallon container with juice and poor into 5 gallon container you now have 3 gallons in he container. now refil the 3 gallon container and fill the 5 gallon the rest of the way. now you have used up 2 gallons filling the 5 gallon container and you have 1 gallon left in the 3 gallon container.

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16 halfpint cartons of water are needed to fill the gallon container

Notation: ( x , y ) where x is the amount of water in the 3-gallon container and y is the amount of water in the 5-gallon container1. Fill the three-gallon container ( 3 , 0 )2. Pour the three gallons into the 5-gallon container ( 0 , 3 )3. Fill the three-gallon container ( 3 , 3 )4. Fill the five-gallon container with the three-gallon container, leaving 1 gallon in the three gallon container ( 1 , 5 )5. Pour out the water from the five-gallon container ( 1 , 0 )6. Pour the water from the three-gallon container into the five-gallon container ( 0 , 1 )7. Fill the three-gallon container ( 3 , 1 )8. Pour the water from the three-gallon container into the five-gallon container ( 0 , 4 )Another great answer here:[See below for the related link]

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1. Fill the 2 gallon container with water. 2. Pour all the water in the 2 gallon container into the 3 gallon container. 3. Refill the 2 gallon container 4. Fill the 3 gallon container the rest of the way with the 2 gallon container. You will have 1 gallon left in the 2 gallon container without using the 5 gallon container. P.S Whose bomb are you trying to defuse?

That is 16 cups.

First fill the 7 gallon container to the top and empty it into the 5 gallon container. You then have 2 left in the 7 gallon container. Second dump the 5 gallon and move the 2 left over from above from the 7 gallon container to the 5 gallon container. And fill the 7 gallon container to the top again. Empty the 7 container into the 5 container. You should now have a 7 gallon container with 4 gallons and a full 5 gallon container. Third, dump the 5 gallon and more the 7 gallon to the 5 gallon. Fill the 7 gallon and fill the 5 gallon with the 7 gallon. You now have 6 gallons in the 7 gallon container. Enjoy.

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25 with 3 ounces left over

Find a container with gallon gradients (lines) at 1 gallon and 2 gallons. Fill the container with one gallon of water. Now add the plums until the water level reaches the two gallon line. Remove the water, and you now have 1 gallon of plums.

The capacity in gallons of water to completely fill the container.

1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup = 0.06 Gallon

fill 3 gallon container with juice and poor into 5 gallon container you now have 3 gallons in he container. now refil the 3 gallon container and fill the 5 gallon the rest of the way. now you have used up 2 gallons filling the 5 gallon container and you have 1 gallon left in the 3 gallon container.

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