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Water flowing at 40 L/s through a 9 cm diameter pipe transitions to a 3 cm diameter pipe.

- What is the water pressure difference between the pipes?
- By what factor does the speed of the water increase moving from the larger to smaller pipe?

Answer #1

#23) Water flowing at 40 L/s through a 9
cm diameter pipe transitions to a 3 cm diameter pipe.
What is the water pressure difference between the pipes?
By what factor does the speed of the water increase moving from
the larger to smaller pipe?

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