Answer to Question #39741 in Molecular Physics | Thermodynamics for kierra
a gardener wishes the water from his hose was able to reach flowers 3m away when he holds the nozzle horizontally at a height of 1m. He finds out that the water has a speed of 6.64 m/s when it leaves his hose. The nozzle of his hose has an inner diameter of 1.5 cm. The other end is connected to a pipe with an inner diameter of 2 cm. What must the pressure in the exit pipe be for the water from his hose to reach his flowers?
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