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Q: How many gallons make up a drum?

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Measure the height of the drum with a tape measure. Divide the total height by 5. Multiple this result by 4. This will tell you how high the water must be in the drum to make 4 gallons. Make a mark on the inside of the drum at that height and fill the drum to the mark. Fill up the drum and then pour out one gallon.

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Fill the 5-gallon drum. Pour the contents into the 3-gallon drum, filling it. Now you have 2 gallons left in the big one.Empty the 3-gallon drum. Pour the 2 gallons into it. At this point there is room for one more gallon.Now refill the 5-gallon drum and pour off as much as it takes to fill up the small one. That means you are removing one gallon.Now you have exactly 4 gallons in the 5-gallon drum.or Fill the 3 gallon drum. Pour the contents into the 5 gallon drum. Refill the the 3 gallon drum and pour the contents into the 5 gallon drum until it is full. Empty the 5 gallon drum. You have 1 gallon left in the 3 gallon drum. Pour the remaining 1 gallon into the 5 gallon drum. Re-fill the 3-gallon drum and pour that into the 5 gallon drum giving you 4 gallons. or Tip the 5 gallon drum and fill it until water is level to both the bottom and spilling out the top; next do the same with the 3 gallon drum; then pour the half full 3 gallon drum into the half full 5 gallon drum, rusulting in 2.5 plus 1.5 equals 4 gallons! orWatch Die Hard 3 for the answer.

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