# Water emerges from a faucet at a speed of 0.7 m/s. After falling a short distance, its speed increases to 4.899999999995 m/s as a result of?

(a) By what number would you multiply the original cross sectional area of the stream to find the area at the lower position?

**The answer is not a number value but "Two words" that I can t figure out.

**The answer is not a number value but "Two words" that I can t figure out.

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Water emerges from a faucet at a speed of 0.7 m/s. After falling a short distance, its speed increases to 4.8999999999999995 m/s as a result of gravitational acceleration.

(a) By what number would you multiply the original cross sectional area of the stream to find the area at the lower position?

(a) By what number would you multiply the original cross sectional area of the stream to find the area at the lower position?

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