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What happens to the water flow of a garden hose when you increase the opening (radius) of the hose end?

            a.) Does more or less water come out?

 

            b.) Therefore, did the resistance increase or decrease?
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a) More water comes out, increasing the opening of the hose increases the opening which the area. hence causing more water to come out.

b) Decrease, Resistance is inversely proportional to the Area once the surface area increases resistance decreases.
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