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  • Water pressure above ground versus below ground?

    Silly question I have been rolling around in my head.

    Say I have a hundred foot tall tank above ground (twenty foot diameter for the sake of arguement) and a duplicate tank below ground. The above ground tank sits on the ground, while the below ground starts at ground level and goes down its height.

    Would the water pressure be the same at the bottom of both tanks?

    2 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago
  • Apartment complex was paying my electric by mistake for 2 years - who's to blame? (nebr)?

    I moved into my apartment two years ago, and they told me they would handle getting my utilities hooked up. They faxed the paperwork to the utilities, the utility send confirmation that they received the change order, and now two years later the apartment read through this month's statement and found the utility was never changed from them to my name. (so the utility was being paid) I thought it was coming out of my checking account automatically and never really paid much attention to it. I am going to go back and check my bank statements to make sure nothing was being taken out, but what happens now? It looks like the complex was paying for my utility the whole two years! I assume the complex will want their money back on something that was their error. Has this ever happened to anyone? Do I try and cough up some money for the complex or is it their fault? I never caused a problem or had a problem with the complex. I am having panic attack over this whole thing.. (repost-wrong forum)

    5 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago
  • Apartment complex was paying my electric by mistake for 2 years - who's to blame?

    I moved into my apartment two years ago, and they told me they would handle getting my utilities hooked up. They faxed the paperwork to the utilities, the utility send confirmation that they received the change order, and now two years later the apartment read through this month's statement and found the utility was never changed from them to my name. (so the utility was being paid) I thought it was coming out of my checking account automatically and never really paid much attention to it. I am going to go back and check my bank statements to make sure nothing was being taken out, but what happens now? It looks like the complex was paying for my utility the whole two years! I assume the complex will want their money back on something that was their error. Has this ever happened to anyone? Do I try and cough up some money for the complex or is it their fault? I never caused a problem or had a problem with the complex. I am having panic attack over this whole thing..

    7 AnswersRenting & Real Estate1 decade ago