1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Instructor has not gone over this material and I want to know how to work this type of problem before she does. I don't even know how to begin. A swimming pool is filled with water. It is 2.50 m tall and 3.00 m in diameter. There is a small 1.00 cm (in diameter) hole in the side of the pool and its 0.50 m below the top. How far from the pool will the water coming out of the hole land? 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution OK, here's my attempt using Torricelli's theorem, however I need to use Bernoulli's equation any help is appreciated. Vx = Sqrt 2g(2.50 - 1.00) Vx = 5.42 m/s This is the horizontal velocity. t= sqrt 2h/g = .20 seconds = time water is in air x = t x Vx x = 1.11 meters ????