Q: What is greater 700ML or 7L?

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Fill 7L and pour into 6Lthere will be 1L left over in 7Lpour 1L into 6L and refill 7Lpour 7L into 6L and what is remaining in 7L is 2Lrepeat for all 5L.

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The answer is 7

2l3x+7l-9=25 divide each side by 2l3x+7l-9=12.5 add each side by 9l3x+7l=21.5 since its absolute value there's two cases:3x+7=21.5 solve for x: subtract 7 from both sides and divide by 3x=4.833and 3x+7=-21.5 solve for x: subtract 7 from both sides and divide by 3 againx=-9.5so x=4.833 or -9.5

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

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Fill the 7L (7L, 0L),Pour from 7L to 9L (0L, 7L),Refill the 7L (7L, 7L),Pour from 7L to 9L (5L, 9L),Empty 9L (5L, 0L),Pour from 7L to 9L (0L, 5L),Refill the 7L (7L, 5L),Pour from 7L to 9L (3L, 9L),Empty 9L (3L, 0L),Pour from 7L to 9L (0L, 3L),Refill the 7L (7L, 3L),Pour from 7L to 9L (1L, 9L).Done!

Write 2l 700ml to the nearest

There are approximately 2.96 cups in 700ml.

Fill the 5l bottle Pour the 5l into the 7l bottle Fill the 5l bottle Pour 2l from the 5l bottle to the 7l bottle, leaving 3l in the 5l bottle Empty the 7l bottle Pour the 3l into the 7l bottle Fill the 5l bottle Pour the 5l into the 7l bottle leaving 1l in the 5 ll bottle Empty the 7l bottle Pour the 1l into the 7l bottle Fill the 5l bottle Pour the 5l bottle in the 7l bottle which makes 6l in the 7l bottle! Hard work for just 6l!

There are 1,000ml in 1 litre.Therefore 700ml is 70% of 1 litre.

There are approximately 2.96 cups of water in 700ml.

Fill the 7 litre and pour into the 5. there's now 2L in the 7L jug. Empty the 5L and pour the 2L from the 7L into the 5L. Refill the 7L and top up the 5L. It will take 3L to do this, leaving 4L in the 7L jug.

5,000 ml is less than 7 liters because 5,000 ml is the same as 5 liters.

1. Fill 5L vessel and pour all 5L into 7L vessel. 2. Fill 5L vessel again and fill the remainder of the 7L vessel (2L...leaving you with 3L in 5L vessel) 3. Empty 7L vessel and pour the 3L from 5L vessel into 7L vessel. 4. Fill 5L vessel again and fill the remainder of the 7L vessel (this will be 4L, as you have already got 3L in 7L vessel from Step 3. Leaving you with 1L in 5L vessel) 5. Empty the 7L vessel. Pour the 1L (from Step 4) from the 5L vessel into the 7L vessel. 6. Fill the 5L vessel and add it to the 1L (from step 5) in the 7L vessel. You now have 6L in the 7L vessel...WATER THE PLANT!1 Kg or 1000 grams

There are 14 measures in a 70cl bottle. 70cl = 700ml 700ml divided by 50ml = 14

2 liters 700ml = 2700 ml 2700ml-2580ml = 120ml