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Need help with a question about continuity equation watch

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    Please refer to the word document attached in my reply post below.

    I think that the part of the solution that says 'The tank volume is v = (pi/6)*D^3 = (...) 0.00654 m^3.' is wrong.
    I tried to calculate the volume using the given formula (v = (pi/6)*D^3) and got 0.0654 as the answer, instead of 0.00654.

    So, I think that the final answer (1.3 s) is also wrong.


    Does anyone agree with me? Or am I missing something?
    Thanks for help!
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    Looks like you're right.
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    (Original post by addylad)
    Looks like you're right.
    Thank you for your reassurance.
 
 
 
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