WHICH CONTAINER WILL FILL FIRST?

Take a look.

Answer here.

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6 Responses to WHICH CONTAINER WILL FILL FIRST?

  1. JC says:

    I would think container F.

  2. bogsidebunny says:

    What’s the liquid? What’s the viscosity of that liquid? What’s the “ambient temperature and humidity”? What are the volumes of the containers? What is the diameter of the transfer tubes and are they all equal. What are the containers and tubes constructed of? What is the “R” (surface resistance) factor of the containers/fill tubes in relation to the liquid viscosity? What time of day and day of the year is the “transfer” to take place? At that latitude and longitude will this event occur? (Gravity differential at polar coordinates than the equator a factor). Will the containers be leveled by a device calibrated by the U.S. department of standards?

    Without those factors no one can give a irrefutable, unqualified correct answer.

    Otherwise it’s all speculation.

  3. Leonard Jones says:

    At a glance, I would say G!

  4. Leonard Jones says:

    I should have studied the drawing a little more closely. If the lower line on C
    was not blinded, I would have been correct. It pays to take a closer look!

  5. bogsidebunny says:

    Yea, JC & Leonard I bet you all believe in Global Warming too.

  6. Leonard Jones says:

    Bogside, JC is correct. A flows into B, B flows into C. C cannot flow into D (I missed
    that). C flows into J and J flows into L, which flows into F because H is also blinded.

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