# Physics - Inelastic

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Imagine that you have a very powerful water pistol. Describe in detail the experiment that you could perform, including the measurements that you would make, to determine the velocity of the water as it leaves the pistol.

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Have you considered
high speed photography
shooting it straight up, measuring height?

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