Posted by **Ashley** on Thursday, November 14, 2013 at 3:15pm.

A liquid of density 1.23 × 103 kg/m3 flows steadily through a pipe of varying diameter and height. At location 1 along the pipe the flow speed is 9.23 m/s and the pipe diameter is 1.07 × 101 cm. At location 2 the pipe diameter is 1.71 × 101 cm. At location 1 the pipe is 9.37 m higher than it is at location 2. Ignoring viscosity, calculate the difference between the fluid pressure at location 2 and the fluid pressure at location 1.

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