You have two buckets. One holds six liters, and the other holds seven liters. There is no way to measure partial bucketfuls accurately, and you want five liters in one of the buckets. You can fill a bucket fully from the water source, and you can pour from one bucket to the other (either the entire contents of the first bucket or until the second bucket is full).
How can you measure five liters?
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