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Part A: What is the water pressure as it exits right into the air? Express your answer using four considerable numbers. ____ kPa

Part B: What is the height h of the standing column of water? Expush your answer making use of two substantial numbers. ____ m

What I know: I'm mindful I have to usage Bernoulli's equation, but as for me, I'm obtaining confused on which is P1, P2, V1, Z1, etc.

Any aid I appreciate! :)




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Couple of hints: What's your volumetric flow rate at the exit? Use that to discover the inlet velocity. Focus more on Z2-Z1 rather than what each one actually is. If you have a pipe that's open up to the atmosphere at the end, what would certainly be the pressure at that point?

Should have enough to resolve for P1 at this suggest, which would certainly let you find h


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The 2 points are whatever you define them to be.


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Which points? P1, & P2? Or V1 & V2?


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