A fire hose must be able to shoot water to the top of a building 35.0 m tall when aimed straight up. Water enters this hose at a steady rate of 0.500 m3/s and shoots out of a round nozzle. i) What is the maximum diameter this nozzle can have? ii) If the only nozzle available has a diameter twice as great, what is the highest point the water can reach? I know that Flow rate=0.500 m3/s=A*V. I know the pressure needed to obtain this height from P=35*9.8*1000=3.43X10^5 Pa. I know I should be applying Bernoulli's equation but I'm stuck. Any pointers are appreciated.