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And now it's time for Part 2 of Brain Teasers of measuring out liquid volumes. Think hard! - QBF

II. You return to the unlimited water supply. This time, you have in your possession two glasses measuring seven and eleven ounces. 

Again, you are permitted to fill or empty either glass. 

How many steps are required to fill one of the containers with exactly six ounces of water?



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ANSWER:
  1. FILL UP 7 OUNCE, POUR INTO 11 OUNCE -- 7 OUNCE TOTAL
  2. FILL UP 7 OUNCE, POUR INTO 11 OUNCE -- 3 & 11 OUNCE TOTALS
  3. EMPTY 11 OUNCE
  4. POUR 3 OUNCES INTO 11 OUNCE -- 3 OUNCE TOTAL
  5. FILL UP 7 OUNCE, POUR INTO 11 OUNCE -- 10 OUNCE TOTAL
  6. FILL UP 7 OUNCE, POUR INTO 11 OUNCE -- 6 & 11 OUNCE TOTALS!!

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