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The rate of flow of the liquid is the product of:

A

Area of cross section of the liquid and velocity of the liquid

B

Length of the tube of the flow and velocity of the liquid

C

Volume of the tube of the flow and velocity of the liquid

D

Viscous force acting on the liquid layer and velocity of the liquid

Answer

Correct option is
A

Area of cross section of the liquid and velocity of the liquid

Rate of flow V  A
where, V is flow velocity
            A is surface area of pipe.

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