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Water is flowing in a straight horizontal pipe of variable cross section. Where the cross-sectional area of the pipe is 3.50·10-2 m2, the pressure is 5.30·105 Pa and the velocity is 0.310 m/s. In a constricted region where the area is 12.90·10-4 m2, what is the velocity?

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