Q: How much change to fill a 1gallon jug?

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depends on how fast you put your change in

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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

Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid. Pour the liquid into the 7-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and top-off the 7-gallon jug with the liquid of the 5-gallon. There will one gallon of liquid left in the 5-gallon jug. Empty the contents of the 7-gallon jug and fill it with the one gallon left in the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and pour it into the 7-gallon jug that contains one gallon of liquid. Do the math, one gallon plus five gallons equals six gallons of liquid.

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depends on how fast you put your change in

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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

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.

If A = 1.75 pint jug, and B = 1 pint jug 1) Fill 1.75 pint jug [then afterwards A = 1.75 B = 0] 2) From it pour 1 pint into the other jug [A = 0.75 B = 1.00] 3) Empty 1 pint jug, and into it pour the 0.75 pints [A = 0 B = 0.75] 4) Fill 1.75 pint jug again [A = 1.75 B = 0.75] 5) Pour enough (0.25 pint) from it to fill the 1 pint jug [A = 1.50 B = 1.00] 6) Finally, empty the 1 pint jug, and from the remaining 1.5 pints in the 1.75 pint jug, pour 1 pint of it into the 1 pint jug [A = 0.5 B = 1.00] So in six stages there will be half a pint in the 1.75 pint 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 the 5-gallon jug with liquid. Pour the liquid into the 7-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and top-off the 7-gallon jug with the liquid of the 5-gallon. There will one gallon of liquid left in the 5-gallon jug. Empty the contents of the 7-gallon jug and fill it with the one gallon left in the 5-gallon jug. Fill the 5-gallon jug with liquid and pour it into the 7-gallon jug that contains one gallon of liquid. Do the math, one gallon plus five gallons equals six gallons of liquid.

Fill the 3 pint jug and pour it into the 5 pint jug, leaving 2 pints in the 3 pint jug. Then fill the 3 pint jug again and pour it into the 5 pint jug until it's full, which will take 1 pint from the 3 pint jug, leaving 1 pint in it.

the liquid will fill the shape of the jug. However the jug will not change shape unless it is some kind of glass moving liquid chemical acid that i dont know about. :) The chemical makeup of the molecules in a liquid let it flow and become the shape of it's container. So, to answer your question, if a liquid is poured into a jug, then yes, it will conform to the shape of the jug. -Ner0417

>there are 2 simple ways... ONE: Fill the 7lit jug & pour into the 5lit jug, so the remainder is 2lit, which you pour into the third jug,.... repeat this process further twice...., so you may get 6lits. TWO: fill 5lit jug & pour into the 7lit jug, fill again & pour the balance, now the left over is 3 lit..., which you may pour into the third jug... & repeat the process, so you get 6lits :) :) drink the rest

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