Hello Everyone, I am brand new to this forum and know basically nothing about physics, but I am hoping there is someone in these forums that could help a layperson obtain a comprehensible answer to a question that is simply above his head. I have a home whose water pressure averages between 50-75 psi in the pipes. From the shower head I have a 5/8" hose that extends about 4 feet. I have a spray connection for the hose that has a 1/8" hole at the end. I'd like to find out the velocity of the water as it comes out of the 1/8" hole, as well as find out, if possible, what the force of impact of this stream would be at say, 6". I hate to say because I am not a plumber, this is pretty much all the information I have. Is this enough information for one of you physics experts to be able to tell me those two numbers? Thank you.