A fuel pump sends gasoline from a car's fuel tank to the engine at a rate of

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A fuel pump sends gasoline from a car's fuel tank to the engine at a rate of 5.88 × 10-2 kg/s. The density of the gasoline is 735 kg/m3, and the radius of the fuel line is 3.18 × 10-3 m. What is the speed at which the gasoline moves through the fuel line?
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Physics

ISBN: 978-1118486894

10th edition

Authors: David Young, Shane Stadler

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