# Does the pressure caused by the force exerted on an ideal fluid in a Bernoulli tube decrease over an increasing distance? [closed]

Does the pressure caused by the force exerted on an ideal fluid in a Bernoulli tube decrease over an increasing distance? For example, someone pushes the water with a force from the left in this setup.

## closed as off-topic by Gert, Aaron Stevens, GiorgioP, Jon Custer, John RennieMar 8 at 8:02

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• Why is this tagged with superfluidity? – JMac Mar 7 at 21:58
• Similar on hold post by OP – Aaron Stevens Mar 7 at 22:57
• I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's a duplicate of physics.stackexchange.com/questions/464669/… – Gert Mar 7 at 22:59
• I'm assuming $P_1$ is the pressure resulting from the force being applied by our "someone". What is $P_2$? – Aaron Stevens Mar 7 at 22:59
• @Gert I don't think it's a duplicate. At least not yet... It's just not a clear question still – Aaron Stevens Mar 7 at 23:00