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Q1. | In a free vortex, velocity |

A. | Decreases with radius [Wrong Answer] |

B. | Increase with radius [Correct Answer] |

C. | Is constant [Wrong Answer] |

D. | None of these [Wrong Answer] |

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Explanation:-
Answer : BDiscuss it below :Himanshu Gupta Said on 2019-08-26 02:16:33yes, A is correct. Kehomong Lim Said on 2019-05-01 13:36:31A is correct Prashant Rajput Said on 2018-04-30 15:15:27None of these bcoz for free vortex flow velocity is inversely proportional to radius. !! OOPS Login [Click here] is required to post your answer/resultHelp other students, write article, leave your comments |

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