Marine science
posted by Ahmed Mohammed Ali .
A cylindrical container is 30cm in diameter. If is filled at rest by 20 cm of fresh water, and then spun at 30 rpm. after state of solid body rotation is achieved, what is the difference in level between the rim and the center
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