If i have one bucket that holds 4 gallons of water, and two buckets that hold 3 gallons each, how many buckets do i have?
- JimLv 71 year ago
I have 1 bucket that holds 4 gal
2 buckets that hold 3 gal
But what wasn't said was I have 3,000 1-gal buckets!
From the info given, the answer is unknown...
- PubliusLv 71 year ago
Unless you're saying that the four gallon bucket can also hold three gallons, in which case you have two. Note that you didn't say "can hold," you said, "hold."
- 1 year ago
Are you including the bucket your mother uses for the coal?
- VelikovskyLv 71 year ago
You have 3 buckets. What does this have to do with religion?
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- Anonymous1 year ago
You'd better consult your BuyBull for the answer.
By the way, all of the BuyBull's buckets will leak and fall apart,
because in the BuyBull, the mathematical value of PI = 3.0.
Nothing in the BuyBull can hold water.
- magix151Lv 71 year ago
- the internetLv 71 year ago
Then you have enough water for a week.
Would you like to buy a magic bucket?
- 1 year ago
Since you posted this on the RELIGION forum, the ONLY proper answer MUST be
"If it is not revealed in [ insert name of favorite Sacred Writing here], then it is not meant for mankind to know!"
See how easy that was?
- CogitoLv 71 year ago
Without more details, it's not possible to say.
If you were to ask the question,
"If I have one bucket that holds 4 gallons of water, and two OTHER buckets that hold 3 gallons each" the answer is three or more.
But "If I have one bucket that holds 4 gallons of water, and two buckets that hold a maximum of 3 gallons each," the answer would be two or more.
- A Yahoo UserLv 71 year ago
At least three.