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1. Water flows through a pipe that has a diameter of 4.0 cm at "Point 1." At Point 1, the speed of the water is 0.80 m/s, and the pressure is 3.0 X 10⁵ N/m². At "Point 2," the speed is 3.2 m/s, and the height is 3.5-m higher than Point 1.
Determine the following for point 2:
a.) The pressure
b.) The diameter of the pipe

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