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Answer on Algebra Question for Debra

Question #4222
A water tank is h feet high. Water flows at velocity v feet per second. v=6(sqrt)h
a. Find the velocity of water flow of 60 feet per second
b. find the velocity of water flow when hieght is 130 feet.
Round answer to two decimal places.
Expert's answer
a. H= (v/6)2=(60/6)2=100 feets.
b. V= 6(130)1/2=6*11.40=68.41feet per second.

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