# How will you distribute the jars among three people that each gets the equal number of jars and equal amount of water?

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You have 21 jars with you. Out of them, 7 are filled with water, 7 are half-full with water and 7 are empty.
How will you distribute the jars among three people such that each one of them gets the equal number of jars and equal amount of water?

posted Apr 9, 2015

## 3 Solutions

+1 vote

Total 7 jars & 3.5 jars of water each

First person : 2 full-filled jars + 3 half-filled jars + 2 empty jars.

second person : 2 full-filled jars + 3 half-filled jars + 2 empty jars.

Third person : 3 full-filled jars + 1 half-filled jars + 3 empty jars.

solution Apr 9, 2015
+1 vote

1st person:2 full-filled jars + 3 half-filled jars + 2 empty jars.

2nd person: 2 full-filled jars + 3 half-filled jars + 2 empty jars.

3rdperson: 3 full-filled jars + 1 half-filled jars + 3 empty jars

solution Jul 30, 2015
+1 vote

1st person - 1 full-filled , 5 half-filled , 1 empty jars
2nd person - 3 full-filled , 1 half-filled , 3 empty jars
3rd person - 3 full-filled , 1 half-filled , 3 empty jars

solution Jan 8, 2016

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