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    Determine the water gauge pressure at a house at the bottom of a hill fed by a full tank of water 5.0 m deep and connected to the house by a pipe that is L = 65 m long at an angle of 60?from the horizontal (Fig. 10-47). Neglect turbulence, and frictional and viscous effects.
    N/m2
    How high would the water shoot if it came vertically out of a broken pipe in front of the house?
    m

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    Determine the water gauge pressure at a house at the bottom of a hill fed by a full tank of water 5.0 m deep and connected to the house by a pipe that is L = 65 m long at an angle of 60° from the horizontal (Fig. 10-47). Neglect ...

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    The pressure difference at the ends of a water pipe is calculated.

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