anonymous
  • anonymous
A U-shaped tube is partly filled with water and partly filled with a liquid that does not mix with water. Both sides of the tube are open to the atmosphere. If h1 = 0.53 m and h2 = 0.25 m, what is the density of the liquid?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Supposing that p1 is the desnsity of the liquid, p is the density of the water, and g is the gravity acceleration; let's choose a random intersection face at the bottom of the u-tube's bottom. Since the pressures from the both sides balance with each other, we can introduce the equation: p1*h2*g+p(h1-h2)g=p*0.45*g Replace the symbols h1 and h2 with 0.53 and 0.25 respectively, we can conclude that p1=0.68p=0.68E3 Kg/m3. Good luck!
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  • anonymous
Thank You =)

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anonymous
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we are equating both the equations as the pressure at same level in a liquid which is in equilibrium(not moving) is same (as it is not moving)

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