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    Small Increments 1

    Bernoulii's equation from fluid mechanics may be written as H = p + (Pv^2)/2 where p is the pressure P is the constant density of the fluid, v is the velocity and H is a constant.
    Obtain an approximate formula for the change in pressure p due to the small change in velocity v.

    Chain rules for this question is ??

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    Last edited by sanikui; March 30th 2009 at 06:08 PM.
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    I stuck at chain rules in this question.
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