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Problem 15.2: Density of liquid flowing through pipes

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Assume an ideal fluid (position is given in meters and pressure is given in pascals). The dark brown in the animation represents a section of liquid as it flows into a region marked by the horizontal line and the corresponding water that must move out of the region in the top right. What is the density of the liquid? Restart.

Note: The format of the pressure is written in shorthand. For example, atmospheric pressure, 1.01 x 105 Pa, is written as 1.01e+005.

Problem authored by Anne J. Cox.

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