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**Type : **Subjective

There are four empty jars, to be filled with milk, water, honey and wine respectively. The ratio of the quantity of milk to water is 13 : 7; that of water to honey is 5 : 19; and that of honey to wine is 7 : 3. Also, the ratio of the capacity of the milk jar to the water jar is 3 : 5; that of the water jar to the honey jar is 7 : 9; and that of the honey jar to the wine jar is 8 : 11.

A man decides that he will either pour out the entire amount of a liquid into its corresponding jar, or if the capacity of the jar isn’t enough, then he won’t transfer any of the liquid into the jar. The capacity of all four jars combined is 9121 units, and the amount of water is such that when poured into its jar, it fills exactly to the brim. How many liquids does the man transfer into jars?