physics - viscosity of blood homework question

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Blood takes about 1.50 s to pass through a 2.0-mm-long capillary. If the radius of the capillary is
5.00 um and the pressure drop is 2.60 kPa, calculate the viscosity of blood

not sure how to approach this. any help is appreciated!

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