Hey there. I'm currently taking grade 11 physics, and as part of our final evaluation, we have to perform an in-class lab. We're not given the procedure, just what we have to determine and a list of apparatus. I have a general idea of what to do, but I'd just like some confirmation if what I'm thinking is the correct interpretation, or any other thoughts/tips/whatever you may have. Purpose: To determine experimentally the relationship between the rate of flow of water through a narrow opening and the height of the water column. I'm assuming we're trying to prove Torricelli's Law, but I may be interpreting it wrong. If we are, I assume I'm supposed to set up a burette and record different times for different amounts of water to flow through the tube, which should be a regressive linear relationship, no? We're supposed to create two graphs: water height vs time, which is easy enough. The other one is water height vs weight of flow of water, so would the rate of flow be the volume of water used/time? What sort of graph should I expect for the second one, if you've done anything similar? Any other thoughts/tips/ideas you have are GREATLY appriciated. Thanks for your time!