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Answer :

Height of water jug, HJ = 10cm


Radius of water jug, RJ = 3.5 cm


Volume of conical jug,


Let the number of jugs be n.


Height of cylindrical pot, HP = 10 cm


Radius of pot, RP = 7 cm



Since the water is transferred from pot to ‘n’ number of jugs,


Volume of pot = n × Volume of jug



On substituting the given values,



n = 3× 22× 1


n = 12 cm


The cylindrical pot can hold 12 jugs of water.


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