# Flow of homogeneous fluid, eliminate the pressure gradient term

1. Nov 7, 2012

### Gullik

SOLVED
I think I solved it by multiplying by (d/dy) and (d/dx) on the equations and subtracting them and everything fell into place.

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
http://bayimg.com/kaFnFAAEk [Broken]
The question is in the attachment if the img didn't work.

I'm stuck at the eliminate the pressure gradient term part.

2. Relevant equations
$f=2\Omega sin(\varphi)$

3. The attempt at a solution
I've have my attempt at it in the second attachment.

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