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There is a tube travelling horizontally, 8m below the ground, with a diameter 15cm. It then turns upwards and at a height of 1.75m above the ground, it shoots water out with a velocity 32 m/s. Find the pressure inside pipe.

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    $\begingroup$ You know what the pressure is at Point 2 so you can plug that into the equation you have below. You should also double check your area equation. $\endgroup$
    – J. Ari
    Feb 16 at 20:13

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My attempt at solving the question

This is my attempt. I'm struggling to find a second relation between the pressures.

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