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flumech2
 2 years ago
Consider the following apparatus that creates a fountain using jars and straws. Two holes are punched into the lid of a jar and a plastic straw is inserted a distance of two inches into one of the holes. The joint is sealed tightly. Another long straw is inserted just barely into the other hole. The joint is also sealed tightly. Water is poured into the jar so that, when inverted, the water level is between the two inch insertion of the small straw and the barely inserted long straw. The short straw is dipped into a bottle that is full of water (reservoir). The long straw is position over an
flumech2
 2 years ago
Consider the following apparatus that creates a fountain using jars and straws. Two holes are punched into the lid of a jar and a plastic straw is inserted a distance of two inches into one of the holes. The joint is sealed tightly. Another long straw is inserted just barely into the other hole. The joint is also sealed tightly. Water is poured into the jar so that, when inverted, the water level is between the two inch insertion of the small straw and the barely inserted long straw. The short straw is dipped into a bottle that is full of water (reservoir). The long straw is position over an

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