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A domestic water heater contains 150 degree F water at 60 lbf/in^2 gage. Neglecting friction, determine the height reached by a jet of water coming through a small hole in the top of the tank.

A domestic water heater contains 150 degree F water at 60 lbf/in^2 gage. Neglecting friction, determine the height reached by a jet of water coming through a small hole in the top of the tank.