Hi I got 4.33x 10^-7 m^3/s is this correct? If not show all steps so I can see where I went wrong. you! Transcribed Image

Academic Writing advanced-physics Hi I got 4.33x 10^-7 m^3/s is this correct? If not show all steps so I can see where I went wrong. you! Transcribed Image

advanced-physics

Hi I got 4.33x 10^-7 m^3/s is this correct? If not show all steps so I can see where I went wrong. you! Transcribed Image

Hi I got 4.33x 10^-7 m^3/s is this correct? If not show all steps so I can see where I went wrong. you! Transcribed Image Text: You are using a syringe to inject a jelly filling into a donut at room temperature. The pressure inside
the donut is 600 Pa above atmospheric pressure (assume that this does not change as you fill). The
viscosity of jelly at room temperature is 35.0 Pa-s and the density is 1350 kg/m3. The syringe has a
needle that is 2.50×10-2 m long and has a radius of 1.00×10-3 m. The reservoir of the syringe has a
substantially larger radius than the needle, and the gauge pressure at the entrance to the needle in
the syringe is 14,200 Pa as you fill. What is the flow rate of jelly into the donut?
donut
p.=14200 Pa
jelly
P 600 Pa
needle

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