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Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
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11th Edition
Raymond A. Serway + 1 other
ISBN: 9781305952300
Textbook Problem

A large water tank is 3.00 m high and filled lo the brim, the top of the tank open to the air. A small pipe with a faucet is attached to the side of the tank, 0.800 m above the ground. If the valve is opened, at what speed will water come out of the pipe?

To determine
The speed of water that come out of the pipe>

Explanation
Use Bernoulli’s equation along a stream line that between the top of the tank and the faucet by assuming that the height of the faucet from the ground is y=0m and top of the tank from the faucet is h=y1y=3.00m0.800m=2.20m . The equation would be like that P1+ρv12/2+ρgh=P2+ρv22/2+ρgyP1+0+ρgh=P2+ρv22/2+0 and this equation is rearranged for the speed of the water that come out of the pipe.

Given info: The acceleration due to gravity is 9.80m/s2 and the top of the tank from the faucet is 2

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