In a major human artery with an internal diameter of 5mm, the flow of blood, averaged over the cardiac cycle

In a major human artery with an internal diameter of 5mm, the flow of blood, averaged over the cardiac cycle is 5cm3·s−1. The artery bifurcates (splits) into two identical blood vessels that are each 3mm in diameter. What are the average velocity and the mass flow rate upstream and downstream of the bifurcation? The density of blood is 1.06g·cm−3

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