Posted by **confused** on Thursday, October 3, 2013 at 11:47pm.

3 persons are to divide among themselves 21 equal cask, of which 7 are full, 7 are half full, and 7 are empty. how can an equitable division be made, without pouring the wine from any cask into any other, in such a way that each person receives the same amount of wine and the same total number of casks? is there more than one way to accomplish this division

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