# Given the following, is there more water in the juice or more juice in the water?

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You have two containers of the same size; one contains juice and the other contains water. Remove one tablespoon of juice and put it into the water and stir. Then remove one tablespoon of the water and juice mixture and put it into the juice.

You have two containers of the same size; one contains juice and the other contains water. Remove one tablespoon of juice and put it into the water and stir. Then remove one tablespoon of the water and juice mixture and put it into the juice.

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Aug 25, 2016

There's more water in the juice than there is juice in the water.

#### Explanation:

The point to remember is that the juice also contains water - juices are water based.

Therefore when you take one tablespoon of water, you are taking 100% water. On the other hand, when you take one tablespoon of juice, about 90% of what you have taken is also water.

Therefore, there is more water in the juice than there is juice in the water.