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I'll say cup 7

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Sneaky Ed....but I like it. Cup 3. :greetings-clappingyellow:

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None of them! That one drop of water won't even cover the bottom of # 1.          :ychain:

If it is a continuous flow then # 5 would fill first.

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If "filled firstly" means filled to the top. it's 5.

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1 hour ago, Ed Kennell said:

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4, 5, 6 and seven wont be filled because some blocked pipes and holes

that means 2 cant fill up either because it drains into 7

1 only drains into 3 and 3 is the only one with pipes attached that cant drain into others so i say

ITS 3

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4 minutes ago, C-101plowerpower said:

5, wont be filled because some blocked pipes

:unsure:        I missed that.      :bow-blue:

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# 3 will fill first (ly)

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OK , goodywoodshoes explained it perfectly.    All you guys that picked 3,  take a bow,  or maybe you just got lucky.

 

             :thanks:  all for playing.

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3 is the ONLY cup that will fill and run over!

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1 hour ago, Ed Kennell said:

OK , goodywoodshoes explained it perfectly.    All you guys that picked 3,  take a bow,  or maybe you just got lucky.

 

             :thanks:  all for playing.

Just found this and checked the diagram profusely.

It bugged me that the bottom read "99% will fail" so my honey and I started looking carefully...

We ended up with 3 as well.

 

Good one!!

Thanks for posting.

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2 hours ago, 953 nut said:

  I missed that. 

me too. 3 will fill

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Unless the faucet dumps water in it faster than the connecting tubes can drain it #2 would never get a drop in it before #3 fills up. :)

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I hate these things. I don't see how 3 can get more than 1/2 full until after 5 fills..:think: nevermind , just saw the pipe going into 5 isn't....

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3 has a blocked pipe feeding 5. 

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4 minutes ago, roadapples said:

I hate these things. I don't see how 3 can get more than 1/2 full until after 5 fills..:think:

Mr apples, scroll up 'n read goodywoodshoes explanation

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6 minutes ago, Big_Red_Fred said:

I have a Headache, ok who made me think :think:

I'm blaming Mr Kennell for this excursion and foray into thinkmindedness

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i'm thinkin Ed dug this up from his damn turbine days and changed the laws of phyics again.....  without my say so! :laughing-rolling:

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5 minutes ago, WHX14 said:

i'm thinkin Ed dug this up from his damn turbine days and changed the laws of phyics again.....  without my say so! :laughing-rolling:

 

Close Jim.  Actually I saw this on facebook.     After doing an in depth study of the inlet and outlet elevations of each cup and calculating the differential head pressure across each cup, determining rates of flow, I confidently selected #4.

        Then Mrs K glanced  at the picture a few seconds and informed me cups 4,5,and 6 would not see a drop of water due to the blocked pipes and 2 and 7 would not hold water due to the hole in botton of #7.    That leaves #3 as the only one that can fill up.

 

    I'll still wear my favorite Tee Shirt though.

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Ok Ed now you asked for it ... How much water we talking here  GPM .....whats the size of the pipes  ...flow rates... cup volumes,... discharge rates? :lol: Lets crunch some numbers..... second thought lets notI do enough of that at work!

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15 minutes ago, WHX14 said:

..... second thought lets not

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