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3.The diameter of a pipe changes gradually from 150mm at point A, 6m above datum, to 75 mm at B, 3 m above the datum.
The pressure at point A is 103KN/m^2 and the velocity of flow is 3.6m/s .
Neglecting loses, determine the pressure at point B.

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