1) First ones just im curious about whats the relationship between the velocity of a liquid being projected, like out of a hose, vertically and the height it goes.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

2) An actual problem: A cylindrical tank .9 m in radius rests atop a platform 6 m high. Initially the tank is filled with water to a depth of h=3m. A plug whose area is 6.3 cm^2 is removed from an orifice in the side of the tank at the bottom. What is the speed of the stream as it strikes the ground.

Will the water have an initially speed when it comes out? Obviously gravity is what is going to accelerate it down at 9.8 m/s, I thought that it would just be the acceleration multiplied by the time because it wouldnt have an initial speed, it was just coming out. This seems to simple and doesnt use the informatyion they gave me so guessing its not the answer

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# Homework Help: Couple of pretty simple liquid q's

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