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  • we have two buckets, 1 of capacity 3liter and another of 5 liter.we have 5 liters of water.so how will we make combinations such that 1 bucket will have exactly 4 liters of water?

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    Answered by: anishkumar

    • Feb 28th, 2007


    First pour 5 liter of water in 3 liter container .... now you will have 2 liter remaning in 5 liter...now empty the 3 liter and fill it with 2 liter from the 5 lit container..... now take 5 liter and pour one more liter to 3 liter container ...now you are left with 4 liter in 5 liter container
    5   3
    5    0
    2    3
    2    0
    0    2
    5    2
    4    3

    shivansh Mishra

    • Oct 2nd, 2017

    Fill 3 liters tank with water and pour into 5 liters tank than do it again the whole process. There will be 1 liters water in 3 liters tank. Now 5 liters tanks make it empty after that put the remaini...

    Basavaraj

    • Sep 11th, 2017

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