We have three containers whose sizes are 10 pints, 7 pints, and 4 pints,respectively. The 7-pint and 4-pint containers start out full of wine, but the 10-pint container is initially empty. We are allowed one type of operation: pouring the contents of one container into another, stopping only when the source container is empty or the destination container is full. Decide if there is a sequence of pourings that leaves exactly 2 pints in the 7- or 4-pint container solve similar problems in general. The number of containers, the size of each container, the initial situation, and the goal could be different. At the beginning, each container is either full or empty. We are still allowed only one type of operation
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