﻿ The pressure difference between two points along a horizontal pipe, through which water is flowing, is 1.4 cm of mercury. If, due to non-uniform cross-section, the speed of flow of water at the point of greater cross-section is 60 cm/s, calculate the speed at the other point. Density of mercury .  : Kaysons Education

# The Pressure Difference Between Two Points Along A Horizontal Pipe, Through Which Water Is Flowing, Is 1.4 Cm Of Mercury. If, Due To Non-uniform Cross-section, The Speed Of Flow Of Water At The Point Of Greater Cross-section Is 60 Cm/s, Calculate The Speed At The Other Point. Density Of Mercury .

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Correct option is

2.02 m/s

By Bernoulli’s theorem, we have  The speed of water will be greater at the place when the cross-section is smaller. Here P1 – P2 cm of mercury          .

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