anonymous
  • anonymous
Given two unmarked jugs, one which holds 7 liters, and another which holds 11 liters, an unlimited supply of water, and no need to conserve, how do you measure exactly 6 liters?
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experimentX
  • experimentX
at lest you need 2 pairs of such jugs ...
perl
  • perl
this is IQ question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
i dont know..

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perl
  • perl
experiment, that question by ravus was not meant to use binomial series, lol
perl
  • perl
how did you think of that? i am jealous
experimentX
  • experimentX
you can measure 18 by putting water in both glasses.
experimentX
  • experimentX
you can measure 4 litres .. but pouring 11 litres to 7 litres. now to measure 6, put water in both jars, the pour to 11 lit jar => 7 lit jar ==> throw remaining in 11 lit jar = 4 litre continue this 3 times .. you would throw 4x3 = 12 lit or 18 - 12 = 6
experimentX
  • experimentX
@perl you mean this question or that question??
perl
  • perl
ok i got it
perl
  • perl
fill up 11 jar, pour it into 7 jar. that leaves you with 4 in Eleven jar now spill out seven jar.
anonymous
  • anonymous
and after emptying the 7 jar??
perl
  • perl
sorry, this is easy, start over Fill up seven jar pour the seven jar into the empty eleven jar. Now again , fill up seven jar and pour it into eleven jar. That will leave you with 3 in the seven jar. spill out the eleven jar. Now pour the seven jar in with the 3 inside into the empty elevan jar.
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok..
perl
  • perl
sorry, this is easy, start over Fill up seven jar pour the seven jar into the empty eleven jar. Now again , fill up seven jar and pour it into eleven jar. That will leave you with 3 in the seven jar. spill out the eleven jar. Now pour the seven jar with the 3 inside into the empty elevan jar. Now fill up the empty seven jar. Pour the full 7 into the eleven jar. Now you have ten in the eleven jar. Now fill up seven jar , pour into the eleven jar until it reaches top. So you have 6 now in the seven jar.
perl
  • perl
the goal is to get ten in the eleven jar. once you have ten, you can pour the seven jar into the eleven jar, and it subtracts 1 making six
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok,i got it..thanks :)
perl
  • perl
i dont understand experiments solution
anonymous
  • anonymous
what experiment answered, i think it cant b done..its the solution how to get 6 from 7 and 11..
experimentX
  • experimentX
measure 18, filter out 4, throw it --- 3 times 6 liters will remain

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