Q: If you have a 6 gallon jug and a 2 gallon jug how do you get 7 gallons only using both jugs mentioned?

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This is a ratio: whatever : treat 1 gallon : 1000 gallon ? gallon : 25 gallon First find out how much treats 1 gallon (divide both sides by 1000): 1 ÷ 1000 gallon : 1000 ÷ 1000 gallon → 0.001 gallon : 1 gallon Now find out how much treats 25 gallons (multiply both sides by 25) 25 × 0.001 gallon : 25 × 1 gallon → 0.025 gallon : 25 gallon → you need 0.025 gallons.

fill the 5 gallon jug with water then pour the water into the 3 gallon jug until its full then u will have 2 gallons in the 5 gallon jug. then if the jugs both have the same circumference u can just make the water in both jugs level then u will have 2 gallons of water in each jug. pour the water from the 3 gallon jug into the 5 gallon jug. and u should know that 2+2=4 :)

Fill the 2, pour it into the three. Fill the 2 again and then pour both into the 5.

Fill the 3 gal pail and pour into the 5 gal pail. Refill the 3 gal pail and pour two gallons of it into the 5 gallon pail - filling the 5 gallon pail and leaving 1 gallon in the 3 gallon pail. Dump out the 5 gallon pail and pour the remaining 1 gallon from the 3 gallon pail into the 5 gallon pail. Fill the 3 gallon pail one more time and pour that into the 5 gallon pail with the 1 gallon already in it and you have 4 gallons.

make a porportion mi___gallon 10.......1 _______ 335.....x cross multiply 10x=335 divide by 10 on both sides x= 33.5 gallons Simple answer. 335 miles divided by 10 mpg= 33.5 gallons of fuel required.

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This is a ratio: whatever : treat 1 gallon : 1000 gallon ? gallon : 25 gallon First find out how much treats 1 gallon (divide both sides by 1000): 1 ÷ 1000 gallon : 1000 ÷ 1000 gallon → 0.001 gallon : 1 gallon Now find out how much treats 25 gallons (multiply both sides by 25) 25 × 0.001 gallon : 25 × 1 gallon → 0.025 gallon : 25 gallon → you need 0.025 gallons.

None. A gallon is roughly 4 litres or 8 pints. There are 1000 millilitres in one litre. When using units of measurement, it is best to work either in Metric (litres) OR in Imperial (gallons), but never both at once.

Aliens and gallons both rhyme with talons.

15 pints = 1.875 gallons True for both UK and US (liquid) pint/gallon conversions.

Yes, both measure volume. A U.S. gallon is 3.785 liters.

They are both the same size. Remember that 64 ounces is a half gallon, so 10 half gallons (640 ounces) is 5 whole gallons. Or, if you divide 128 (ounces in a gallon) into 640, you get 5.

fill the 5 gallon jug with water then pour the water into the 3 gallon jug until its full then u will have 2 gallons in the 5 gallon jug. then if the jugs both have the same circumference u can just make the water in both jugs level then u will have 2 gallons of water in each jug. pour the water from the 3 gallon jug into the 5 gallon jug. and u should know that 2+2=4 :)

Just convert both to the same unit - both to gallons, or both to liters - and then compare.Just convert both to the same unit - both to gallons, or both to liters - and then compare.Just convert both to the same unit - both to gallons, or both to liters - and then compare.Just convert both to the same unit - both to gallons, or both to liters - and then compare.

A two liter is closer to a gallon because a gallon is a measure of volume, while a pound is a measure of weight. Two liters is equivalent to approximately 0.528 gallons.

Fill the 2, pour it into the three. Fill the 2 again and then pour both into the 5.

There are 5.25 gallons in 10.5 pints. One gallon is equal to 8 pints, so by dividing 10.5 by 2, you get the equivalent amount in gallons.

The US measures liquid gallons at a rate of 1 US gallon to about 0.832 UK gallons. This measure applies to all fluids in both countries.