Question

water flows steadily from the left pipe section (radius
*r*_{1} = 2.00*R*), through the middle
section (radius *R* = 0.0106 m), and into the right section
(radius *r*_{3} = 3.00*R*). The speed of the
water in the middle section is 0.402 m/s. What is the net work done
on 0.310 m^{3} of the water as it moves from the left to
the right section?

Answer #1

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