1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data For example, let's say we have a container and then we have a hole in the side of the container. Water that is in the container will have a greater flow speed at the hole of the container than let's say at the top of the container, Point A. (point A is subject to atmospheric pressure) But isn't pressure consistent throughout the container, even if Point A and the hole were not both subject to atmospheric pressure only (which they are), gauge pressure is consistent throughout the container anyways right. So if the pressure is the same at both Point A and the hole, how does it make sense that one has a greater flow speed than the other with respect to pressure? (keeping in mind I understand how it makes sense with respect to the flow rate formula f = Av) Thank you for your help!