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- Water enters a basement Inlet pipe of radius 1.7 cm at 52 cm / s. It flows through a pipe of radius 0.49 cm at a height of 36 m at a gauge pressure 0.3 atm. What is the gauge pressure at the basement? Give your answer to two decimal places and remember add unit kPa after the numerical value.

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