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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hello all! I think I have come to the right place!

Can someone explain to a mathematically challenged person such as me which of the following systems would create the

System #1 - System number one begins with (Point "A") a 1 foot long piece of 2" (I.D.) PVC pipe, connected to a 90* elbow, connected to a 3 foot long piece of 2" PVC, connected to another 90* elbow. (Point "B")

System #2 - System number two begins again with (Poiint "A") a 1 foot long piece of 2" PVC pipe, connected to a 90* elbow, connected to a

In other words, the air comes in at point "A" in both systems. It runs through the first foot of 2" pipe in both systems. It runs through the first 90* elbow in both systems. It then either runs through five 1" pipes and elbows OR through a single 2" pipe and elbow.

I am fully allergic to mathematics, and would be ETERNALLY grateful to anyone who can help me figure this one out.

Thanks in advance,

Dan

Can someone explain to a mathematically challenged person such as me which of the following systems would create the

**most**airflow:System #1 - System number one begins with (Point "A") a 1 foot long piece of 2" (I.D.) PVC pipe, connected to a 90* elbow, connected to a 3 foot long piece of 2" PVC, connected to another 90* elbow. (Point "B")

System #2 - System number two begins again with (Poiint "A") a 1 foot long piece of 2" PVC pipe, connected to a 90* elbow, connected to a

*2" to 5x1" distributor*, connected to five three foot long 1" (I.D.) PVC pipes, connected to five 90* elbows.In other words, the air comes in at point "A" in both systems. It runs through the first foot of 2" pipe in both systems. It runs through the first 90* elbow in both systems. It then either runs through five 1" pipes and elbows OR through a single 2" pipe and elbow.

I am fully allergic to mathematics, and would be ETERNALLY grateful to anyone who can help me figure this one out.

Thanks in advance,

Dan