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_____________ states that when the speed of a flowing fluid increases, pressure decreases. A. Bernoulli's principle B. Archimedes' principle C. Pascal's principle D. Newton's Law of Universal
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Bernoulli's states that when the speed of a flowing fluid increases, pressure decreases.
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