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Vertical Tube Liquid Level Equilibrium

Suppose we were to steadily pour a liquid into the leftmost vertical tube until it reaches a mark four inches from the bottom.

Given the diameters of the other tubes, how high will the liquid level settle in each when all columns are in a condition of equilibrium (no liquid flowing through any part of the system)?

Vertical Tube Liquid Level

steadily pour a liquid into vertical tube

Now consider the same set of vertical tubes (same diameters, same step heights) connected at the bottom by an inclined pipe.

If we were to pour a liquid into the leftmost vertical tube until it reaches a mark two inches from its bottom, how high will the liquid level settle in each column when all columns are in a condition of equilibrium?

liquid level settle in each column

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Vertical Tube Liquid Level Equilibrium

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