Estimation of the volume of a liquid contained in a vessel and verification by measuring.

__Estimation
of the volume of a liquid contained in a vessel and verification by measuring.__

**Situation**

Sheela's mother prepared an
orange juice for her daughter's friends. Sheela wants to share the juice with
her four friends equally. But before that they want to know how much juice does
the bottle contain. They have given an estimated measurement of 950 ml. They
want to mesure the juice in a 200 ml glass through that they want to verify.
They found that the bottle juice fills the five 200 ml glasses completely. From
this they have come to know that the bottle 1000 ml of juice.

**Activity**

Measure your daily consumption of
water for drinking, washing and bathing. If you don't have marker, you can use
bottles to do rough calculation. For which you are using more water and give
reason to reduce water.

Water
for drinking 6 *l*

Water
for washing 100 *l*

Water
for bathing 50 *l*

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