Fill the 9oz glass. Pour the 9 oz glass into the 4oz glass until the 4oz glass is full. You now have 5 oz in the 9oz glass. Empty the 4oz glass Pour pour the remaining water from the 9oz glass into the 4oz glass until it is full. You now have 1 oz in the 9oz glass. Empty the 4 oz glass. Pour the remaining 1oz in the 9oz glass into the 4 oz glass. Fill the 9oz glass. The 4oz glass with 1oz in it can now fit a total of 3 more oz. Pour the 9oz glass into the 4oz glass until it is full. You now have 6oz in the 9oz glass.
orange is good citrus fruit containing vitamin C.One 8oz glass of orange juice from concentrate has only 100mg of Vitamin C.
5 to 6 fl. oz. depending on how much you pour.
It depends what happened to the glass of juice...? An object is not a change =P
to get a glass of water and pour it on somebody
The particles in a liquid are able to move around and change its shape so you can pour it into a glass.
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The particles in a liquid are able to move around and change its shape so you can pour it into a glass. It is very simple if you think about it.
"Realemon" lemon juice. Still around today.
The particles of a liquid retain the same volume but are not fixed in place. As they retain the same volume no matter what container they are in, it is possible to pour juice into a glass without the particles dispersing as the particles of a gas would. Because the particles of a liquid are not fixed in place, as in a solid, the liquid can flow and fit itself to the shape of the glass.
Pick up 2nd glass, pour its contents into 5th glass, return 2nd glass to its place.
Grapefruit juice only has about 18 grams of sugar. But that depends on the brand of the juice.
The ingredients are: 1 part Vodka 1 part Mango juice 2 parts Fresca Mix in a pitcher or individually. Pour vodka, mango juice and top with Fresca. Pour over ice in a tall/large glass.