Q: What is total of mixed coins to fill 5 gallon jug?

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# Fill the 4-gallon jug with water then put it in the 9-gallon jug. # Repeat this step. The 9-gallon jug now has 8 gallons. # Fill the 4-gallon jug a third time, but pour only enough into the 9-gallon jug to fill it completely with no overflow. # The 4-gallon jug now has three gallons. Put that water aside safely, then repeat 1-3 for a total of six gallons.

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 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

1. Fill 4 gallon bottle 2. Pour IT into the 7-gallon bottle 3. Fill 4 gallon again, and pour IT into 7 gallon (leaves 1 gallon in 4 gallon bottle) 4. Empty 7 gallon 5. Pour the 1 gallon into the 7-gallon 6. Fill 4 gallon 7. Pour IT into the 7 gallon You now have 5 gallons in the 7-gallon bottle.

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1 gallon of antifreeze mixed 50/50 with 1 gallon of distilled water will be enough to fill the system.

I gallon of Long Life Coolant mixed with 1 gallon of distilled water will be enough to fill it up after draining.

One gallon of antifreeze and 1 gallon of distilled water mixed together 50/50 will be enough to fill the system.

A 5-gallon Sparkletts bottle can hold about 9795.5 cubic inches. Assuming the average volume of a U.S. coin is about 0.3 cubic inches, you would need approximately 32,652 coins to fill the bottle. The total value would depend on the mix of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, etc.) and could range from around $326.52 to over $3,265.20.

Total capacity is 1.93 gallons. 2 gallons of pre-mixed coolant or 1 gallon of anti-freeze and 1 gallon of distilled water mixed 50/50 with the anti-freeeze will be enough to fill it up. Do not use tap water. Make sure you use a Honda fluid or a non-silicate coolant. Make sure it is recommended for alluminum engines.

# Fill the 4-gallon jug with water then put it in the 9-gallon jug. # Repeat this step. The 9-gallon jug now has 8 gallons. # Fill the 4-gallon jug a third time, but pour only enough into the 9-gallon jug to fill it completely with no overflow. # The 4-gallon jug now has three gallons. Put that water aside safely, then repeat 1-3 for a total of six gallons.

1. fill 3 gallon 2. pour that into 5 gallon 3. fill 3 gallon 4. from 3 gallon pour enough (2 gallon) to fill 5 gallon then empty 5 gallon 5. there will then be 1 gallon (3 - 2 = 1) in 3 gallon which is poured into 5 gallon 6. fill 3 gallon and pour it into 5 gallon, making result of 1 + 3 = 4 gallon in 5 gallon jug.

One half gallon is enough to fill one half gallon.

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 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

1. Completely fill the 4 gallon container. 2. Pour 3 of the 4 gallons into the 3 gallon container, leaving 1 gallon in the 4 gallon container. 3. Empty the 3 gallon container and pour the 1 remaining gallon from the 4 gallon container into the 3 gallon container. 4. Fill the 4 gallon container. Now you have a total of 5 gallons, 4 in the 4 gallon container and 1 in the 3 gallon.