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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.

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If fill means completely fill, than you can fill 30 containers.

Q: I have 645 gallons of water how many 21 gallon containers can i fill?

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84, 11 gallon containers

Your answer is 15 386 / 25 = 15.44

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.

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.

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You can fill 17 containers with 24 gallons of wine each from the 410 gallons of wine.

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84, 11 gallon containers

388 gallons will fill 35 containers, and you will have some wine left over.

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

Your answer is 15 386 / 25 = 15.44

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.

22 containers can be fully filled.

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30 with 14 gallons left

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.