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Find the static pressure that exists in your house water pipes if the water in a storage tank is 25 meters higher in elevation that your pipes.

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  1. The "gauge" pressure (above atmospheric) is (rho g H)
    rho if the density of water (1000 kg/m^2)
    H = 25 m.
    You know what g is.

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