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posted by john .
The figure shows a nozzle on a hose carrying water. If the pressure at Point 1 is 290 x 10^3 Pa, the velocity 0.64 m/s, and the diameter 20 cm.
Given that the diameter at point 2 is 1.4 cm, what is the velocity at point 2?
v_2 =
What is the pressure at point 2?
P_2 =
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