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In a very large closed tank, the absolute pressure of the air above the water is 6.01x10^5 Pa. The water leaves the bottom of the tank through a nozzle that is directed straight upward. The opening of the nozzle is 4.00m below the surface of the water. a) Find the speed at which the water leaves the nozzle. b) Ignoring air resistance and viscous effects, determine the height to which the water rises.

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2. Relevant equations

P+rhov^2/2+rhogh= constant

P_{2}=P_{1}+rhogh

kinematics?

3. The attempt at a solution

I know that I can set the initial height to zero, but that's about it. I really don't know how to treat this problem.

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