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Homework Help: physics

Posted by unknown on Monday, December 30, 2013 at 4:53pm.

A graduated cylinder is inverted in a very large bucket of water. The depth of the water in the container is 6 m and the top of the bucket is open to the air in the room. The mouth (bottom) of the graduated cylinder is 4 m above the bottom of the container. Due to a pressure difference, the water in the graduated cylinder rises 3 m above the surface of the water in the container. calculate the pressure at the following locations:
A-Surface of water in bucket
B-bottom of bucket
C-at mouth of cylinder
D-in cylinder level with water in bucket
E-top of water in cylinder

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