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1.) water is flowing through a horizontal pipe of varying crosection, the diameter is 12.0 cm at a pressure of 8.0x10^4 Pa. at section 2, the pipe has a diameter of 6.0 cm and the pressure is 6.0x10^4 Pa. find the speed of water through section 1 and 2 (HINT: Use the continuity equation and bernoullis eqn.)

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