Hello, I am confused why when we turn on a faucet on small, the water doesn't accelerate out of the tap like you would expect from Bernoulli's equation where a reduced area means a high velocity. It seem's like the faucet only regulates flow rate but not the pressure. However, if you connect a garden hose to the faucet, turn it on and cover the hose partially with your finger, the water will exit with a high pressure squirting a huge distance. I would like to know why does the water behave differently in these two cases? How is Bernoulli's equation interpretted for both cases of a faucet and a garden hose? Thank you.