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Unformatted text preview: Quiz 3. Monday, February 11m, 2008 PHY 252 So 1. U'TIOIU Name: 1. Identicalsize lead and aluminum cubes are suspended at
different depths by two thin wires in a large container of water.
a. Which cube experiences a greater buoyant force? (1 point)
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10.0 mm at the left and right ends, A and C. The tube narrows in the middle, at B, where the
cross sectional area is reduced to onequarter of that at the ends. Water (incompressible)
flows out at C at a steady horizontal velocity of 5.00 m/sec. You can assume that there is
steady, nonviscous, laminar (streamline) flow everywhere. The diagram shows the tube and the streamlines. 5‘00 W560 1
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c. If the pressure at A is 3,800 torn, what is the pressure at C in pascal? (1 point)
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2008 for the course PHY 252 taught by Professor Treacy during the Spring '08 term at ASU.
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