Question about Water Heaters
Fill the five-gallon can from the creek. Pour three gallons into the three-gallon can, leaving two gallons in the five-gallon can. Empty the three-gallon can, then pour the two gallons from the five-gallon can into the three-gallon can. Fill the five-gallon can from the creek. You now have two gallons in the three-gallon can and five gallons in the five-gallon can for a total of seven gallons.
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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