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Posted by **Drake** on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 10:37pm.

|0.8 m | ||

| | ||<------vacuum tube for b

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Tank^ ^pipe1 ^pipe2

(1cm) (1.5cm)

(not to scale)

(a) Find the flow speed in the narrow section.

(b) What is the water height in the sealed vertical tube shown?

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**Drake**, Tuesday, December 4, 2012 at 10:39pmHmm didn't keep the spaces darn ;\, basically the tank was on the left, 1 cm pipe stretches for a bit out of the bottom right of the tank, midway through that ascending is a similar diameter vacuum tube for part b, and then to the right of the 1 cm pipe, it basically turns into a 1.5 cm pipe as described in the problem.

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