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Work done by pumping water into a tank
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Dec17-11, 11:09 AM
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Problem with picture attached
I need help on 24. **24 is a continuation of 23 so use the same dimension except for the distance...
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Chapter 7, Lesson 5
2. Relevant equations
Water= 9800 N/m^3
∫(Volume)(water)(distance)=Work done ??
3. The attempt at a solution
Distance is where I'm not too sure about. Would I use (10-y)??
If so then I got...
∫9800*4∏Δy*(10-y), from 0 to 4 = 1,254,400∏ N-m
My answer looks really huge... Did I mess up anywhere?
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