Question

KFC is investigating new ways to deliver beverages to customers.
One proposal is for a tube that will deliver soda of density
*1090**??**?**3* 1090 kg/m^3
throughout the restaurant.

A section of the tube is shown below. The blueprints say that
the speed and gauge pressure of the soda at point 1 are *3*
*?**/**?*3 m/s and 12,300 Pa respectively.

The soda at point 2 is 1.20m higher than the fluid at point 1 and is traveling at a speed of 0.75 m/s You can't make out the number on the blueprints for the pressure of the soda at point 2.

Answer #1

Please comment if there is any doubt before rating

the question is somewhere incomplete

I am answering it by assuming that you want to figure the pressure at the point 2

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