an empty glass full of water
Take the second and the fourth full glass, and empty the contents into the second and fourth empty glass. Put the now-empty glasses back where they were. Now the glasses alternate between full, empty, full, empty, full, empty, full, empty, full, and empty.
By Haurn Mo. It depends on your perception. If the glass was already empty and you starting filling it up but stoped halfway, the glass is half full, If you started drink it but stoped halfway, the glass is half empty.
The empty glass is broken first.
Neither answer is correct. The glass is completely full--half full of water and half full or air. depends, if the glass was empty and you filled it half way, its half full, if it was full and you drank, threw out, ect. half the water its half empty
Half full. If you look at it as just a glass with water in it then that's what it is. If you put meaning into it then the glass will always be completely full. How full do you want your glass?
An optimist sees the glass as half full, while a pessimist sees the glass as half empty. To an engineer, the glass is twice as big as it needs to be.
There are three views of this: The optimist sees the glass as half full. The pessimist sees the glass as half empty. The Engineer says: "What you've got there is the wrong sized glass".
Pick up 2nd glass, pour its contents into 5th glass, return 2nd glass to its place.
if the glass has been drunk from full to half then it is half empty and if u only filled the glass half way wouldn't it b half full!
He could be either. This is the same kind of question as the half full/half empty glass. In truth, the glass is both half full and half empty.
If you just poured the liquid into the glass then it's half full, of you just pourd some out, then it's half empty
The glass is actually full. Full of half air and half water. As for the water content, technically, there is no difference, except as it pertains to the process of filling or emptying, i.e. if it was filled and you drank some, it is half-empty; if it was empty and being filled, it is half-full.
It's an expression designed to show how your out look on life can alter your perception. If you double a glass which is half empty it becomes completely empty, if you double a glass with is half full it become completely full. Make use of what you have rather than lamenting what is missing.
Is the glass half-full or half-empty? Well, it is neither, it is just twice the size it should be!!! The expression is the glass half-full or half-empty is based on the situation or the moos you are in. If you think it is half full, you are usually cheerful, if you think the glass is half empty, you are usually negative, not so cheerful person. But with the answer neither, the glass is twice the size it should be you are a person who is cheerful and funny and try to the make the best of any situation!
If you are drinking from it its half empty, if you are pouring it, the glass is half full.
The pragmatic Engineer's view - the glass it twice as big as it needs to be.
Yeah. Am always choosing half full glass of water. Because am always looks forward.
It's just a cup......Get over it. Another view - If you look at it as just a glass with water in it then that's what it is. If you put meaning into it then the glass will always be completely full. How full do you want your glass?
The long time question has been, is the glass half empty, or half full?
I'm pretty sure your asking what it means when people ask if the glass is half empty or half full? If Not Sorry, But If That Is Your Question Then The Answer Is That People Ask That To "See If You Are A Positive Or Negative Person", If You Believe The Glass Is Half Full, Then Your A Positive Person, If You Believe Its Half Empty, Your Supposedly A Negative Person. Does That Help? I'm a different person from the first, but every time someone asks me that question, I'll look around wildly and yell, "Who is drinking my soda!?!?!" *Half empty is when something was full at one point in time and it has been drained since to a "half empty" status. Half full is when you are filling something and plan to continue to fill it. Another view - If you look at it as just a glass with water in it then that's what it is. If you put meaning into it then the glass will always be completely full. How full do you want your glass?
Different resonance frequency