a group of problems wherein involved parties are requested to explain how they would measure out a particular quantity of water utilizing a large amount of jugs of an ascertained depth. They may be requested to attain precisely 39 ml of water utilizing jugs which hold 207 ml, 165 ml, and 42 ml. Real jugs are not generally supplied.

WATER-JUG PROBLEMS: "The Engineering teacher asked the students to solve a water-jugs problem. "
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