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One hundred milliliters of water is poured into a U-tube that has a cross-sectional area of 1 cm2 . Then 100 milliliters of oil, with a density 80 that of water, is poured down one side of the U-tube so that the oil floats on the water. Find the difference in height of the liquid surfaces on the two sides of the U-tube.
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Three hundred milliliters of water is poured into a U-tube that has a cross-sectional area of 1 cm2. Then 120 milliliters of oil, with a density 80% that of water, is poured down one side of the U-tube so that the oil floats on the water. Find the difference in height of the liquid surfaces on the two sides of the U-tube.
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Three hundred milliliters of water is poured into a U-tube that has a cross-sectional area of 1 cm2. Then 120 milliliters of oil, with a density 80% that of water, is poured down one side of the U-tube so that the oil floats on the water. Find the difference in height of the liquid surfaces on the two sides of the U-tube.
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Thank you so much
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A week ago Edited: A week ago, Kian Castañar Alano
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