**Q1: **

The Bernoulli equation applies to the streamlines of
smoothly flowing fluids of constant density. The equation can be written in the
form , where is a constant. In the equation,
is term (i), is term (ii), and is term (iii).

Which term represents the dynamic pressure exerted by a fluid?

Which term represents the hydrostatic pressure exerted by a fluid?

Which term represents the static pressure exerted by a fluid?

**Q2: **

Water with a constant density of 1,000 kg/m^{3} flows
smoothly along a streamline. The water enters the streamline moving at 3.33 m/s
and exits the streamline moving at 2.72 m/s.
The vertical displacement of the exit point
of the streamline from the entry point of the streamline is 0.164 m.

What is the change in the static pressure exerted by the
fluid between the entry and exit points of the streamline?

Does the static pressure exerted by the fluid increase or
decrease along the streamline?

**Q3: **

The Bernoulli equation applies to the streamlines of
smoothly flowing fluids of constant density. The equation relates the density of the fluid,
; the static pressure exerted by the fluid, ;
the velocity of the fluid, ; the acceleration
due to gravity, ; and the vertical displacement of the
fluid, . The equation can be written in the form ,
where is a constant.

The term in the equation represents the energy
per unit of the fluid along the streamline.

The term in the equation represents the
energy per unit
of the fluid along the streamline.