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The lecture Flow Rate: Example by Jared Rovny is from the course Fluids.
Flow rate (Q) in cubic feet per second equals CrossSectional Area (A) of the conduit (pipe) in square feet times the Velocity (V) of the water in feet per second. How can you write the equation in a reduced form?
Which of the following is true for flow rate i.e. Q?
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Very good lecture that covers one of the core principles of the vascular system through math, and gives a headsup for what might come to the exam. I would, though, like to see more than one example solved.