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**Monox D. I-Fly****Member**- From: Indonesia
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Someone wants to take 4 liters of water, but he only has two 5-liters and 3-liters bottles. How is he able to measure 4 liters with only those bottles?

Actually I never watch Star Wars and not interested in it anyway, but I choose a Yoda card as my avatar in honor of our great friend bobbym who has passed away. May his adventurous soul rest in peace at heaven.

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**Alg Num Theory****Member**- Registered: 2017-11-24
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By the way, this thread is better in the Puzzles and Games section.

*Last edited by Alg Num Theory (2018-07-05 03:20:34)*

Me, or the ugly man, whatever (3,3,6)

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**Monox D. I-Fly****Member**- From: Indonesia
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Thanks, someone please move this there.

Actually I never watch Star Wars and not interested in it anyway, but I choose a Yoda card as my avatar in honor of our great friend bobbym who has passed away. May his adventurous soul rest in peace at heaven.

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**Chelstucker****Member**- Registered: 2018-08-16
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Fill 3-liter bottle and pour int 5-liter bottle. You have 3 liters of water and 2 liters of air in the 5-liter bottle. Now, fill the 3-liter bottle again and pour it into 5-liter bottle until full. That will leave 1 liter of water in the 3-liter bottle. Empty 5 liter bottle. Pour the 1 liter from the 3-liter bottle into the 5-liter bottle. Now there is 1 liter of water in the 5 liter bottle. Refill the 3-liter bottle and pour those 3 liters into the 5-liter bottle. Now you have 4 liters of water in the 5-liter bottle.

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