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A liquid flows through a horizontal pipe whose inner radius is 5.35cm. The pipe bends upward through a height of through a height of 9.5m, where it widens and joins another horizontal pipe of inner radius of 6.8cm. What must the volume flux be, if the pressure in the two horizontal pipes is same?

A liquid flows through a horizontal pipe whose inner radius is 5.35cm. The pipe bends upward through a height of through a height of 9.5m, where it widens and joins another horizontal pipe of inner radius of 6.8cm. What must the volume flux be, if the pressure in the two horizontal pipes is same?

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