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If you had a 5 gallon bucket and a 3 gallon bucket how would you get 4 gallons?
you fill the 3 gallon bucket into the 5 gallon bucket twice 2 *3 6 gallons but the 5 gallon will only overflow once it hits 5 gallons. You get the 1 gallon half in the 3 gallon bucket and dump the water out of the 5 gallon bucket. You pour the 1 gallon left from the 3 gallon bucket into the 5 gallon bucket and then refill the 3 gallon bucket and put the 3 gallons in making 4 gallons.
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If you have a bucket of water that holds 5 gallons of water and another bucket that holds 3 gallons of waterThe buckets have no markings How can you go to the well and bring back exactly 4 gallons?
Fill up the 3 gallon bucket twice and empty the water into the 5 gallon bucket. This will leave you with 1 gallon in the 3 gallon bucket. Empty the 5 gallon bucket and p…our the 1 gallon of water from the 3 gallon bucket into it. Fill the 3 gallon bucket and empty the water into the 5 gallon bucket. This will give you exactly 4 gallons.
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foolish!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 at its brim we'll come to knw when d bucket is full stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Yes you are). Actually the correct answer is one… inch below the brim. This was calculated by weight over several five gallon buckets.
That completely depends on what substance you have in the bucket, and how full it is. If the substance is water and the bucket is full to the rim, then it contains 41.73 pou…nds of water. Other substances will have different weights. If the bucket is empty, then its volume is still 5 gallons, but its weight is virtually zero, not including the weight of the empty bucket of course.
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Need more info. What are you doing with the buckets?
fill the 7 gallon bucket, dump it into the 5 gallon bucket and save the remaining 2 gallons, repeat and you have 4 gallons.
Firstly fill up the 7 gallon bucket, then pour the contents into the empty 5 gallon bucket until it is full. This will leave 2 gallons in the 7 gallon bucket. Empty the 5 gall…on bucket, then pour the remaining 2 gallons of the 7 gallon bucket into the 5 gallon bucket. Fill up the 7 gallon bucket again. Top up the 5 gallon bucket, this will leave 4 gallons in the 7 gallon bucket. Empty the 5 gallon bucket again. Pour the 4 remaining gallons from the 7 gallon bucket into the 5 gallon bucket. Fill the 7 gallon bucket again then top up the 5 gallon bucket. This will leave 6 gallons in the 7 gallon bucket.
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80 cups 1 gallon = 16 cups 1 cup =0.23 gallon
This is a very silly question. This can be a US Gallon, or an Imperial Gallon. The lid can be a screw cap on a tin can or a screw opening on a plastic Jerry can. It might al…so be a fuel can on a boat or a generator. The size of a bucket lid is about the size of the bucket you are talking about. Well, considering most people would specify one of those other things if they really meant them, I'm guessing the "asker" is referring to a standard, everyday 5-gallon bucket. Of course you could have a short and fat bucket or a skinny and tall bucket, but that's not what they asked, was it? It's not a silly question, just a stupid answer. I think what you're looking for are the dimensions of the bucket. The top of a standard bucket is around 11.9" in diameter, which means about 37.4" in circumference. The lid must fit on that, so you can make calculations as such. Sound good?
Fill the 1 gallon bucket and ignore the other.