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What is the pressure differential between pushing water up

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What is the pressure differential between pushing water up a three inch vertical pipe 15ft long versus pushing water up the same pipe on a 45 degree angleWhen I receive an answer I would like reference info on how this answer was arrived at.
Pressure = pgh where p = density of water, g = acceleration due to gravity and h = water head
In case 1, h = 15 ft
In 2nd case, h = 15cos45 ft
Hence, difference in height = 15-15cos45 = 4.3933 ft
Hence, differential pressure = 1000*9.81*4.3933*30.48/100 N/sq.m
= 13136.353N/sq.m
Referred site:
hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/press.html

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Customer: replied 4 years ago.
Im having a bit of trouble deciphering what the difference in pressures would be in laymans terms, can you elaborate for us dummies?
Customer: replied 4 years ago.
,Im having a bit of trouble deciphering what the difference in pressures would be in laymans terms, can you elaborate for us dummies?
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