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A large cylindrical tank has a hole of area A at its bottom. Water is poured in the tank by a tube of equal cross-sectional area A ejecting water at the speed υ.
A. The water level in the tank will keep on rising.

B. No water can be stored in the tank

C. The water level will rise to a height u2/2 g and then stop.

D. The water level will oscillate.

Answer :

The cross-sectional area of the tank is huge compared to the hole. For the water to eject at speed υ water needs to be at a certain height in the vessel, as . Thus, the water rises to height after which it won’t rise as it’s constantly exiting from the bottom.

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