measure the time that it takes to fill 4 cups (or more) of water from your kitchen (or bathroom) sink and the shower. (Or you can calibrate a quart or gallon jug as shown.) DO NOT use a one cup measuring cup. a. Take a photo of your 4-cup measuring cup or calibrated jug and include this photo with your homework to show that you made your own measurements. You can not use the photo above as evidence. Make three measurements from the sink and average. Make three measurements from the shower and average. You can make these measurements with one other person if you wish but not more. Indicate the location where you made the measurements (name of building and town). In your solution, list all three measurements made for the sink and find the average fill time. List all three measurements made for the shower and find the average fill time. c. Find the volume flow rate from the sink and the volume flow rate from the shower in units of gal/min, ft/s, and m/s. Show your calculations for one set of units. d. If the inflow pipe is 1/2" id (inner diameter) find the average velocity in each pipe in units of mph,ft/s and m/s Show your calculations for one set of units e. As part of your discussion, compare these water velocities to your values in Problem 5 of Homework 1. Is the water velocity in the pipe similar to walking speeds, bicycles speeds, or highway speeds? (2 points)

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