1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data More a report question but unsure where to put it. Take a 5mL syringe and a 10mL syringe (both filled to 5mL) with the plungers removed. Time how long it take to full drain each syringe Make a statement regarding your results. 2. Relevant equations Fluid flow rate = volume / time 3. The attempt at a solution 5mL fluid flow rate = 5x10-6 m3 / 3.48s = 1.44x10-6 m3/s 10mL Fluid flow rate = 5x10-6 m3 / 4.09s = 1.22x10-6 m3/s Both syringes have an outlet diameter of 2mm however the 10mL syringe has a larger diameter in the reservoir. The results I was expecting were that the 10mL syringe would drain quicker. I clearly did not get that and I so have been trying to work out why. Am I on the right path by discussing how the fluid height to 5mL in the 10mL syringe is smaller due to the increased diameter? I thought the increased surface area would mean an increased downward force on the water but my results simply disagree.