Question: A funnel has a cork blocking its drain tube The
A funnel has a cork blocking its drain tube. The cork has a diameter of 1.50 cm and is held in place by static friction with the sides of the drain tube. When water is added to a height of 10.0 cm above the cork, it comes flying out of the tube. Determine the maximum force of static friction between the cork and drain tube. Neglect the weight of the cork.
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