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Abit of harmless fun. Will put answers up later in the day Read More
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Abit of harmless fun.
Will put answers up later in the day
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4m, 2w agoPosted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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stuarthanley
LoRdPlOps111
tank 4
nath_hunt3
3 and 4
Wouldn't 3 have to be completely full for 4 to start filling?

I'm deferring to my two associates, they are experts at this:


https://i2.wp.com/i13.photobucket.com/albums/a285/jamesensorod/jamesensorod025/die-hard-vengeance-laptop_zps8e4c9a2c.jpg

Edited By: LoRdPlOps111 on Jan 04, 2017 16:25
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I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.
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Or other answer is none as 2 does not have a side.
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42, it's always 42
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Thank God there's a like bot in here. I was starting to feel unloved :|

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https://us-static.z-dn.net/files/d58/f6b55980140dd882e86eb7c7e8613cd5.jpg
2 Likes #3
No:3
2 Likes #4
4...when it reaches the inlet pipe it will th
en start syphoning from other tanks. Or pedantic answer is 3&4 together.
2 Likes #5
Tank 3 ?
1 Like #6
Surely it depends on how fast the tap is flowing.
5 Likes #7
Or other answer is none as 2 does not have a side.
1 Like #8
2 does have a side. water speed normal. Theres no tricks
4 Likes #9
I prefer harmful fun so can we have some of that
2 Likes #10
tank 4
4 Likes #11
3 and 4
1 Like #12
nath_hunt3
3 and 4


This
1 Like #13
thevman2k3
2 does have a side. water speed normal. Theres no tricks

"Water speed normal"... What about air pressure?

Check Bernoulli's principle before replying.
1 Like #14
LoRdPlOps111
tank 4

nath_hunt3
3 and 4

Wouldn't 3 have to be completely full for 4 to start filling?
banned 1 Like #15
nath_hunt3
3 and 4

This +1
banned 1 Like #16
stuarthanley
LoRdPlOps111
tank 4
nath_hunt3
3 and 4
Wouldn't 3 have to be completely full for 4 to start filling?

Nope. It would trickle in at the bottom of the pipe
2 Likes #17
if under standard lab conditions they are already all full.. of air
9 Likes #18
stuarthanley
LoRdPlOps111
tank 4
nath_hunt3
3 and 4
Wouldn't 3 have to be completely full for 4 to start filling?

I'm deferring to my two associates, they are experts at this:


https://i2.wp.com/i13.photobucket.com/albums/a285/jamesensorod/jamesensorod025/die-hard-vengeance-laptop_zps8e4c9a2c.jpg

Edited By: LoRdPlOps111 on Jan 04, 2017 16:25
1 Like #19
Got to be 3
1 Like #20
brilly
if under standard lab conditions they are already all full.. of air

...and the tap would be connected to a water source.

The four drops falling & any residual water in the tap would not be sufficient to fill any of the numbered boxes.
6 Likes #21
I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.
3 Likes #22
deeky
I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.
think he agreed with me so well done :{

Edited By: brilly on Jan 04, 2017 16:38
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I'm saying 3 first for a split second then 4
1 Like #24
1 and 2 will never be full
3 Likes #25
deeky
I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.

There really isn't enough information to solve it 'properly'.

The flow rate from the tap, & between all the 'tanks' is required, & whether any potential energy (air pressure or friction forces between the surfaces) is lost/gained.

The diameter of the tap nozzle & the exit/entry points between the tanks would also be useful.

That said, we'll just say #3 & #4 equally for the sake of an answer, but because #3 & #4 are not closed tanks (i.e. no lid/top to either) then the whole thing is flawed anyway.

#3 first if a single answer is required, as #4 would fill slightly later due to the water flowing between #3 & #4 at the time #3 becomes full.

Either way, the question does not test your Intelligence Quotient at all.

Next...
1 Like #26
airfix
I'm saying 3 first for a split second then 4

So you're saying 3 then?

Has nobody even bothered to Google it?


Edited By: deeky on Jan 04, 2017 16:50
1 Like #27
fanpages
deeky
I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.
There really isn't enough information to solve it 'properly'.
The flow rate from the tap, & between all the 'tanks' is required, & whether any potential energy (air pressure or friction forces between the surfaces) is lost/gained.
The diameter of the tap nozzle & the exit/entry points between the tanks would also be useful.
That said, we'll just say #3 & #4 equally for the sake of an answer, but because #3 & #4 are not closed tanks (i.e. no lid/top to either) then the whole thing is flawed anyway.
#3 first if a single answer is required, as #4 would fill slightly later due to the water flowing between #3 & #4 at the time #3 becomes full.
Either way, the question does not test your Intelligence Quotient at all.
Next...

But the diagram clearly shows the tap is just dripping, so flow rates don't matter :{
1 Like #28
deeky
airfix
I'm saying 3 first for a split second then 4
So you're saying 3 then?

Has nobody even bothered to Google it?

Yes , 3 for a split second
1 Like #29
airfix
deeky
airfix
I'm saying 3 first for a split second then 4
So you're saying 3 then?
Has nobody even bothered to Google it?
Yes , 3 for a split second

So 3?
3 Likes #30
deeky
I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.
fanpages
There really isn't enough information to solve it 'properly'.

The flow rate from the tap, & between all the 'tanks' is required, & whether any potential energy (air pressure or friction forces between the surfaces) is lost/gained.

The diameter of the tap nozzle & the exit/entry points between the tanks would also be useful.

That said, we'll just say #3 & #4 equally for the sake of an answer, but because #3 & #4 are not closed tanks (i.e. no lid/top to either) then the whole thing is flawed anyway.

#3 first if a single answer is required, as #4 would fill slightly later due to the water flowing between #3 & #4 at the time #3 becomes full.

Either way, the question does not test your Intelligence Quotient at all.

Next...
airfix
But the diagram clearly shows the tap is just dripping, so flow rates don't matter :{

:)

The diagram shows the water in tank #1 is subject to other forces as it is not flat.
2 Likes #31
deeky
airfix
deeky
airfix
I'm saying 3 first for a split second then 4
So you're saying 3 then?
Has nobody even bothered to Google it?
Yes , 3 for a split second
So 3?
Yes :|.




For a split second
4 Likes #32
fanpages
deeky
I'm going with whatever fanpages declares.
fanpages
There really isn't enough information to solve it 'properly'.

The flow rate from the tap, & between all the 'tanks' is required, & whether any potential energy (air pressure or friction forces between the surfaces) is lost/gained.

The diameter of the tap nozzle & the exit/entry points between the tanks would also be useful.

That said, we'll just say #3 & #4 equally for the sake of an answer, but because #3 & #4 are not closed tanks (i.e. no lid/top to either) then the whole thing is flawed anyway.

#3 first if a single answer is required, as #4 would fill slightly later due to the water flowing between #3 & #4 at the time #3 becomes full.

Either way, the question does not test your Intelligence Quotient at all.

Next...
airfix
But the diagram clearly shows the tap is just dripping, so flow rates don't matter :{
:)

The diagram shows the water in tank #1 is subject to other forces as it is not flat.
I've also noted the tap isn't connected :{


Edited By: airfix on Jan 04, 2017 16:59
1 Like #33
Answer with explanation will be given in the next hour. give a few more guys to have a go.
3 Likes #34
airfix
I've also noted the tap isn't connected :{

Well done.

See comment #20.
1 Like #35
thevman2k3
Answer with explanation will be given in the next hour. give a few more guys to have a go.

Will it be in English?
2 Likes #36
Nope German
1 Like #37
Thats the next quiz to figure out the german
1 Like #38
thevman2k3
Thats the next quiz to figure out the german

http://i.imgur.com/MuZvxzk.png
1 Like #39
Haha.
2 Likes #40
fanpages
thevman2k3
Answer with explanation will be given in the next hour. give a few more guys to have a go.
Will it be in English?
OK ok you win, but have you taken into account the numbers placed in each tank and their differing shapes/masses ?

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