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Can't solve the problem of moving the 16 litres to end up with 8 litres in both the 9 and 16 litre pitchers

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

The answer is 1000. We assume you are converting between **gram** [water] and **liter**. **1**cubic meter is equal to 1000000 **grams**, or 1000 **litres**.

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Dec 22, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

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Mar 24, 2011 | Kia Optima Cars & Trucks

You can't convert litres to pounds, at least not directly. The litre is a volume measurement, not one of weight (mass, actually). A litre of one material may not have the same mass as a litre of a different material, so a simple conversion factor doesn't exist.

If you know the specific gravity of the material you want to measure, you can convert the volume to a weight. Water is defined to have a specific gravity of 1.0, and 1L of water = 1 kg. One kilogram is approximately 2.2 pounds (you can look up the conversion factor if you need more accuracy). So if you are dealing with water, 8 L is around 17.6 pounds.

If you aren't measuring water, find the specific gravity of your material, and multiply by that value. A liquid with a specific gravity of 0.75, for example, would have mass of 0.75 kg per litre, so 8 L of that material would weight 0.75 times (or 75%) of 17.6 pounds. But without that specific gravity figure, you can't convert litres to pounds.

If you know the specific gravity of the material you want to measure, you can convert the volume to a weight. Water is defined to have a specific gravity of 1.0, and 1L of water = 1 kg. One kilogram is approximately 2.2 pounds (you can look up the conversion factor if you need more accuracy). So if you are dealing with water, 8 L is around 17.6 pounds.

If you aren't measuring water, find the specific gravity of your material, and multiply by that value. A liquid with a specific gravity of 0.75, for example, would have mass of 0.75 kg per litre, so 8 L of that material would weight 0.75 times (or 75%) of 17.6 pounds. But without that specific gravity figure, you can't convert litres to pounds.

Feb 09, 2011 | Office Equipment & Supplies

You can see a step by step illustrated solution on this page of the most popular walkthrough

http://professorlaytonwalkthrough.blogspot.com/2008/02/puzzle078.html

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Dec 27, 2010 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

Assume the following:

B1 = 19 litres capacity

B2 = 13 litres capacity

B3 = 7 litres capacity

B2 and B3 are full. The answer is:

1. Pour 2 litres from B3 to B1

2. Pour 8 litres from B2 to B1

3. Pour the remaining 5 litres in B3 to B2

Another answer:

1. Pour 10 litres from B2 to B1

2. Pour 7 litres from B3 to B2

In both answers you will get 10 litres in two buckets.

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B1 = 19 litres capacity

B2 = 13 litres capacity

B3 = 7 litres capacity

B2 and B3 are full. The answer is:

1. Pour 2 litres from B3 to B1

2. Pour 8 litres from B2 to B1

3. Pour the remaining 5 litres in B3 to B2

Another answer:

1. Pour 10 litres from B2 to B1

2. Pour 7 litres from B3 to B2

In both answers you will get 10 litres in two buckets.

Rate if this answer was helpful.

Thanks

Oct 22, 2010 | Computers & Internet

1) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher. (leaves 7 litres in Pitcher 16)

2) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher. (leaves 2 litres in Pitcher 9)

3) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)

4) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)

5) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 5 litres in Pitcher 16)

6) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 4 litres in Pitcher 9)

7) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)

8) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)

9) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 3 litres in Pitcher 16)

10) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 6 litres in Pitcher 9)

11) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)

12) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)

13) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 1 litre in Pitcher 16)

14) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 8 litres in Pitcher 9)

15) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (Pitcher 16 also has 8 litres)

YOU NOW HAVE 8 LITRES IN THE 16 & 9 LITRE PITCHERS.IN 15 MOVES.

2) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher. (leaves 2 litres in Pitcher 9)

3) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)

4) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)

5) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 5 litres in Pitcher 16)

6) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 4 litres in Pitcher 9)

7) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)

8) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)

9) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 3 litres in Pitcher 16)

10) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 6 litres in Pitcher 9)

11) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 7)

12) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 0 litres in Pitcher 9)

13) Pour the water from the 16 litre Pitcher into the 9 litre Pitcher (leaves 1 litre in Pitcher 16)

14) Pour the water from the 9 litre Pitcher into the 7 litre Pitcher (leaves 8 litres in Pitcher 9)

15) Pour the water from the 7 litre Pitcher into the 16 litre Pitcher (Pitcher 16 also has 8 litres)

YOU NOW HAVE 8 LITRES IN THE 16 & 9 LITRE PITCHERS.IN 15 MOVES.

Apr 24, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

Puzzle 5 -- Answer is Ten Times 10

Puzzle 18 -- Move Top far Right Match to Left of the Dust-- Move Middle Match slightly Left to make the Handle.

Puzzle 23-- Empty 8 (Litre Pitcher) into 5 (L.P) Empty 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then empty 3 (LP) into 8 (L.P) then 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then 8(L.P) into 5 then 5 (L.P) into 3.(Litre P.)

Pour contents from the 3 (L.Pitcher) into 8(L.P) You

will have 4 Litres in two of the Pitchers.

Puzzle 27 -- Bickering Brothers -- Sit them clockwise from the top

as follows -- 1-- 3-- 6 -- 4 -- 2-- 5 -- .

Puzzle 28-- Find the Dot. Bottom Point on the Right.

Puzzle 36-- Only 1 as the mouse you bought was a MALE

Puzzle 37-- Brother & Sister-- They were Twins Age--- 6 (SIX)

Puzzles 38 - 41 -112-- are all quite easy, just play around you will get the Answers.

Puzzle 18 -- Move Top far Right Match to Left of the Dust-- Move Middle Match slightly Left to make the Handle.

Puzzle 23-- Empty 8 (Litre Pitcher) into 5 (L.P) Empty 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then empty 3 (LP) into 8 (L.P) then 5 (L.P) into

3(L.P) then 8(L.P) into 5 then 5 (L.P) into 3.(Litre P.)

Pour contents from the 3 (L.Pitcher) into 8(L.P) You

will have 4 Litres in two of the Pitchers.

Puzzle 27 -- Bickering Brothers -- Sit them clockwise from the top

as follows -- 1-- 3-- 6 -- 4 -- 2-- 5 -- .

Puzzle 28-- Find the Dot. Bottom Point on the Right.

Puzzle 36-- Only 1 as the mouse you bought was a MALE

Puzzle 37-- Brother & Sister-- They were Twins Age--- 6 (SIX)

Puzzles 38 - 41 -112-- are all quite easy, just play around you will get the Answers.

Apr 12, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

It isnt impossible you have to move it around, if you do it enough it will do it, try using thr smallest jug alot that helps, but it does take ages x

Mar 07, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

can realy help withoutsee puzzle but here are a few answers i can remember no.62 is 8 no. 85.is 60no.109 go from start to bottom right up to top right then across to left exit .hope this helps

Jan 04, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

The solutions to all the puzzles in this game are in the following document. Good luck!

Source: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/936050/51772

Source: http://www.gamefaqs.com/portable/ds/file/936050/51772

Jan 04, 2009 | Nintendo Professor Layton & the Curious...

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