# Question

In Conceptual Example 9.14, it was explained why a stream of water from a faucet necks down into a smaller cross-sectional area as it descends. Suppose at the top of the stream it has a cross-sectional area of 2.0 cm2, and a vertical distance 5.0 cm below the cross-sectional area of the stream is 0.80 cm2. What is

(a) The speed of the water and

(b) The flow rate?

(a) The speed of the water and

(b) The flow rate?

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