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    Energy Considerations to Determine the Velocity Water Will Flow

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    Describe the manner in which one would use energy considerations to judge the velocity with which water will flow from a hole in a large container if the pressure difference between the inside and outside of the container is 3100 N/m^2, and if the water inside the container is effectively stationary. This can be done symbolically or by considering the energy changes as a 1-gram mass of water exits the cylinder.

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    Solution Summary

    This solution applies Bernoulli's principle in a concise set of calculations to reach the answer.