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Homework Help: physics

Posted by Anonymous on Wednesday, August 17, 2011 at 10:31pm.

Container A is sealed (not open to the atmosphere) filled with water with an unlimited width and depth. Container A consists of Section 1 and 2. The upper part of Container A, Section 1 has 5 feet of air at 21.83 psi
Tube B is 80 feet long and full of air at 14.7 psi; B is closed on the top and open on the bottom. Tube B is now inserted into Container A (as shown in the illustration) and water rises into tube B .
Problem:
How much will water rise into Tube B?
What will the PSI of the air column in Tube B now be?

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