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Will water in a pipe be the same level at both ends if one end of the pipe is 1 foot higher than the other end?

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    ok.assume the water is contain in a tube of u-shaped.

    When there is a suituation u mentioned above happen in t=0s

    then,when t>0s

    the water level will be the same


    REASON: by conservation of energy

    (*set the lowest pt of the tube is the reference level)

    things in a higher position will have a higher potential energy

    when it falls ,PE WILL BE LOST AND KE WILL BE GAINED

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