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Find the speed at which water travels in a pipe if the height is

a. 5 cm
b. 8 cm
c. 18 cm

Use the formula v^2=1960(h + 10)

  • ALGEBRA -

    well, I will do 8 cm

    8 + 10 = 18

    v = sqrt (1960*18)

    v = sqrt(35280)

    v = 188

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