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Posted by y912f to bobpursley on Wednesday, February 18, 2009 at 6:05pm.

why does an ideal fluid move faster through a pipe with decreasing diameter?

a. the pressure within the fluid increases
b. the pressure within the fluid decreases
c. the pipe exerts more pressure on the fluid
d. the fluid moves downhill

C?
the pressure in a fluid is related to the speed of flow

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