|Nov30-08, 04:20 PM||#1|
Pressure in Pipe
The side view of a pipe is shown. The pipe diameter increases and then remains constant. P_i is the pressure, and v_i is the speed of a non-viscous incompressible fluid, at locations i = 1,2,3.(For each statement select T True, F False, G Greater than, L Less than, or E Equal to).
i answer E,E,G,G and was wrong.... can anyone help me found my error?....
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