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You can solve this problem using Bernoulli's Equation P1/y + z1 + v2/1/2g = P2/y + z2 + v2/2/2g However, This will only br valid for incompressable fluids, and the specific weight of the fluid is the same at both ends. There can't be any mechanical devices between the two ends, and no energy can be tranferred out or lost by friction.

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