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How much water flows per hour through a pipe of radius 10 cm, if water flows at 10 km/h?


100 π cu. m.


102 π cu. m.


98 π cu. m.


104 π cu. m.

Ans: a

In one hour, a water column of length 10 km is delivered through the cylindrical pipe. The equivalent volume is π × ${10 × 10 × 10 × 1000}/{100 × 100}$, which can easily be cancelled to get 100π cu. m.

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