## Question

A cylindrical vessel is filled with water to a height H. A vessel has two holes in the side, from which water is rushing out horizontally and two streams strike at the same point. If the lower hole Q is h height abve the ground, then the height of hole P above the ground will be :

### Solution

H – h

Let the horizontal distance covered by the stream be *x*

and

In this time, the horizontal distance for

Similarly for

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