Water flows over a bump of height h h(x) on the bottom of a wide rectangular channel as is indicated in Fig. P10.32. If energy losses are negligible, show that the slope of the water surface is given by dydx (dhdx)[1 (V2 gy)], where V V(x) and y y(x) are the local velocity and depth of flow. Comment on the sign (i.e., 0, 0, or 0) of dydx relative to the sign of dhdx. 10.

Emily Ballentine eballen@g.clemson.edu ECON 211041 Notes 10/11/17 1 Microsoft Excel Hot Keys Ctrl+ - bottom of sheet Ctrl+ - right of sheet Ctrl+ - top of sheet Ctrl+ - left of sheet Ctrl+C – copy Ctrl+V – paste Ctrl+S – save Ctrl+Z – undo = - starts a formula * = multiply Addressing Relative...