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RagincajunLA

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I have an experiment of a graduated cylinder with a hole at the bottom of it. I basically need to model a differential equation to give the volume of water in the cylinder at any given time. I am not allowed to directly use torriciellis law or bernoullis principal, but i can show the derivation of them for the answer.

A few key measurements that are needed are:

Initial Volume = 1000cm^3 = .001m^3

radius of outlet=.0018m

radius of cylinder = .031m

Initial height of water = .36m

All help would be appreciated, I am really stuck and have been at this for hours :/