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In a barbecue two long tables have been prepared so that the guests sit down to eat. The following soft drinks have been purchased to distribute:

- 4 bottles of 1 liter.
- 5 bottles of 3/4 liter.
- 6 bottles of 1/2 liter.
- 5 1/4 liter bottles.

We have to distribute the soda bottles between the two tables, so that each one corresponds to the same amount.

**How would you do it?**

#### Solution

The total number of bottles is 20, and the amount of soda they add is 12 liters.

We should distribute 6 liters at each table.

Table 1:

. 4 bottles of 3/4 liter.

. 4 bottles of 1/4 liter.

. 2 bottles of 1 liter.

Table 2:

. 1 3/4 liter bottle

. 1 1/4 liter bottle

. 2 bottles of 1 liter.

. 6 bottles of 1/2 liter.

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