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Beg your pardon?

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You'll have to supply some additional information about this equation 3-4, which is not included in your attachment.## Homework Statement

why the author said the equation 3-4 as energy per unit weight ?

as gamma = rho g , gamma has the unit of kg(m^-3)(ms^-2) = kg(m^-2)(s^-2) , gamma is clearly not weight ...

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The quantity γ = ρ ⋅ g is known as the

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## Homework Statement

why the author said the equation 3-4 as energy per unit weight ?

as gamma = rho g , gamma has the unit of kg(m^-3)(ms^-2) = kg(m^-2)(s^-2) , gamma is clearly not weight ...

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## The Attempt at a Solution

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P / γ = height . right ? why is energy per unit weight ?You'll have to supply some additional information about this equation 3-4, which is not included in your attachment.

The quantity γ = ρ ⋅ g is known as theweight densityof the fluid, however.

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Work out the units on both sides of the equation.P / γ = height . right ? why is energy per unit weight ?

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