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220/fall2011 PL16/plqz16.xm for user ajcg (Last updated: Thu Sep 8 14:51:38 2011) Fluids Quiz/Exam questions can be viewed and submitted only once , and, once viewed, must be submitted within the allowed elapsed time. (A) Water flows through two garden hoses, one large and one small, connected as shown in the figure below. How are the pressures in the two hoses related? P 1 < P 2 1. P 1 = P 2 2. P 1 > P 2 3. ____________________ [weight: 1] 3 OK (B) A flask of water rests on a scale. If you dip your finger into the water, without touching the flask, the reading on the scale Remains the same 1. Decreases 2. Increases 3. ____________________ [weight: 1] 3 OK (C) Consider a glass tube that has a shape shown in the figure below. It is filled with a fluid and is closed at the end on the left. If P A is the pressure at point A
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Unformatted text preview: P B pressure at point B , and so forth, rank the pressures P A , P B ..... from lowest to highest. ajcg 220/fall2011 Reading_Quiz Problem Listing https://chip.physics.purdue.edu/cgi-bin/220/fall2011/Inst. .. 1 of 2 12/07/2011 03:08 PM P A = P E < P D = P F < P B < P C = P G = P H 1. P A = P B < P H = P G < P E < P C = P F = P D 2. P A = P H < P D = P G < P B < P C = P F = P E 3. P A = P B < P H = P G < P E < P C = P F < P D 4. P A = P H < P B = P G < P D < P C = P F < P E 5. ____________________ [weight: 1] 5 OK (This question has been adapted from codes originally written by and for WebAssign .) Logout ajcg 220/fall2011 Reading_Quiz Problem Listing https://chip.physics.purdue.edu/cgi-bin/220/fall2011/Inst. .. 2 of 2 12/07/2011 03:08 PM...
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