# Thread: Velocity of melting ice cream

1. A chocolate ice cream cone is filled with melted chocolate ice cream of density 1.20g/cm^3 The cone is 10 cm long and has diameter of 6cm at the larger top end No a small hole of diameter 1 mm is produced at the narrow bottom part and the ice cream starts exiting out the bottom hole. Ignoring the viscosity of the melted ice cream, find the amount of time it takes the ice cream to run out through the bottom hole completely. Assume the velocity of the chocolate ice cream to be zero at the larger top end.

Please help i dont know where to begin with given depth how can you find the velocity?
I am thinking a integral has to be set up but i am not sure

2. Originally Posted by freeflight
A chocolate ice cream cone is filled with melted chocolate ice cream of density 1.20g/cm^3 The cone is 10 cm long and has diameter of 6cm at the larger top end No a small hole of diameter 1 mm is produced at the narrow bottom part and the ice cream starts exiting out the bottom hole. Ignoring the viscosity of the melted ice cream, find the amount of time it takes the ice cream to run out through the bottom hole completely. Assume the velocity of the chocolate ice cream to be zero at the larger top end.

Please help i dont know where to begin with given depth how can you find the velocity?
I am thinking a integral has to be set up but i am not sure
This is rather clearly a class assignment. This should be posted in the Homework Help forum.

You will need to show an attempt at solving this problem, and also provide the information required by the rules of that forum before we will help you.

3. Moved to Homework Help.

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