Problem: Water enters a tube of radius 5 cm at 10 m/s and a pressure of 10  5 Pa. After traveling through some piping, the water exits from a tube of radius 8 cm at a height of 10 m above whete it enters. At what pressure does the water exit the piping?

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Water enters a tube of radius 5 cm at 10 m/s and a pressure of 10  5 Pa. After traveling through some piping, the water exits from a tube of radius 8 cm at a height of 10 m above whete it enters. At what pressure does the water exit the piping?

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