Question

Given the following equation where p is pressure in Ibf/ft^2, , is the specific weight in Ibf/ft^3, V is the magnitude of velocity in ft/s, and z is height in

feet. If values are substituted into the equation, will the correct value of C be determined? \frac{p}{\gamma}+\frac{V^{2}}{2 g}+z=C a) No, the equation cannot produce the correct value of C. b) Yes if the constant C has units of ft and the specific weight is multiplied by the conversion factor from Ibm to Ibf. c) Yes if the constant C is dimensionless. d) Yes if the constant C has units of ft.

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