Q: What is the awswer to this. A full bucket holds 2.8 litres. A jug holds 0.4 litres. How many jugs will fill the bucket?

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its simply 512/ 0.5 which equals 1024

The answers is only one jug, or ten jugs depending on how you look at the question.

4 / 0.5 = 8 Therefore, you can fill 8 half-litre glasses with a jug with four litres of water.

# Fill the 5 liter bucket # Pour it into the 7 liter bucket # Fill the 5 liter bucket # Fill the 7 liter bucket from the 5 (2 liters go in leaving 3 liters in the 5 liter bucket) # Empty the 7 liter bucket # Pour the 3 liters from the 5 liter bucket into the 7 liter bucket # Fill the 5 liter bucket # Fill the 7 liter bucket from the 5 liter bucket (4 liters go in leaving 1 liter in the 5 liter bucket) # Empty the 7 liter bucket # Pour the 1 liter form the 5 liter bucket into the 7 liter bucket # fill the 5 liter bucket. You now have 5 liters in the 5 liter bucket and 1 liter in the 7 liter bucket; 6 liters in all. Pour the 5 liters into the 7 liter bucket if you want all 6 liters in one container.

Two litres of water might fill a fish bowl.

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Fill the 4 litre bucket and pour it into the 5 litre. Re-fill the 4 litre bucket and pour again. That gives you 5 litres (and 3 litres left in the smaller bucket). Empty the 5 litre bucket and put the remaining contents from the 4 litre into it. fill the 4 litre again - and pour it into the 5 litre bucket until it's full. Since you can only add 2 litres to the existing 3 litres, what you have left in the smaller bucket is... 2 litres !

1. fill up the 7 litre bucket. 2. from the 7 Litre bucket, fill up the 3 lt. bucket, so now you have 3 and 4. 3. throw away the 3 litres you´ve got, then from the 7 litre bucket, (where you have four litres of water left) pour 3 into the 3 litre bucket. Now you have 3 and 1. 4. throw away the 3 litres again, and pour the 1 litre left in the 7 litre bucket into the 3 litre bucket. Now you have 1 and 0. 5. fill up the 7 litre bucket, then from it, pour 2 litres into the one that had 1 litre. Now you have 3 and 5. 6. finally, throw away the 3 litres and there you have 5 litres left.

Fill the 4 gal bucket and empty it into the 7 gal bucket. Fill the 4 gal bucket and then fill the 7 gal bucket from the 4 gal. This leaves 1 Gallon in the 4 gallon bucket. Empty the 7 gallon bucket and pour the gallon from the 4 gal lbucket into it. Fill the 4 gal bucket and pour it into the 7 gal bucket. You then have 5 gallons in the 7 gallon bucket.

its simply 512/ 0.5 which equals 1024

There are two easy ways to do these with these resources: The first one is to simply fill the two litre bucket half full and fill the four litre bucket to the brim and then, all together, in both buckets you have five litres: Voila The second one is slightly more complex you fill the four litre bucket three quatre full and then fill the other bucket to the brim: Voila As well as these there are many more more complex answers to this questions

x/4-x/3=4 x=48 liters

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The answers is only one jug, or ten jugs depending on how you look at the question.

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8 times (which is 4.8 litres)

Fill up the 5 litres and empty. Do this again and you have 10 litres. Then fill the 5 litres, then fill the 4 litres from the 5 litres, and you're left with the final 1 that you needed to complete the 11 litres