1. A vessel contains 10 litres of milk. First, 2 litre of the content are removed and replaced by 2 litres of water. Subsequently, 4 litres ofvessel's contents is removed and replaced by 4 litres of water. Finally, 6 litres of vessel's contents is removed and replaced by 6 litres ofwater. What is the quantity of milk left in the vessel?




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