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Density and Pressure: Pressure in the Smaller Pipe

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Water flows through a pipe that starts out with a $6.00\ cm$ diameter and then narrows to a diameter of $2.00\ cm$, with a volume flow rate of $28.27\ L/s$. The pressure in the $6.00\ cm$ diameter pipe is $6.00\times 10^6\ Pa$ or $6\ MPa$. Both pipe sections are horizontal and the centers of both sections of pipe are at the same height.