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An ideal fluid flows through a pipe with radius R with flow speed v. If the pipe splits up into three separate paths, each with radius (R/2), what is the flow speed through each of the paths?
Would we just use the flow rate equation giving a flow speed of 4v in each of the paths? Does the fact that it split up into three have anything to do with it?
Would we just use the flow rate equation giving a flow speed of 4v in each of the paths? Does the fact that it split up into three have anything to do with it?