Posted by **Nick** on Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 3:20am.

A fountain contains a 3 m tall cylinder with holes placed at a height of 1 m and 2m. The water level is kept constant at a height of 3 m by an input pipe. As water shoots out from the tube, it strikes the fountain pool at some distance x away from the cylinder. Find x for each of the holes. If both holes are 2 cm in diameter, at what rate must the input pipe supply water.

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