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25 January, 04:03

What kind of streambed would cause the most friction?

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  1. 25 January, 04:14
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    Answer:-

    A shallow streambed causes the most friction

    Explanation:-

    A streambed is the channel bottom of a water body like a river. Stream velocity is greatest in midstream near the surface and is slowest along the stream bed and banks due to friction.

    The greater the cross-sectional area in comparison to the perimeter, the stream will be more freely flowing because less of the water in the stream is in proximity to the frictional bed.

    Hence a shallow streambed would cause the most friction having the least cross sectional area.
  2. 25 January, 05:14
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    A shallow streambed that is rough and rock.
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