### Calculate the inlet density and initial velocity of methane

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Pure methane initially at 3000 psi, 65 oF enters a pipeline of 12-in inside diameter, at a rate of 70 lb/s. Using the generalized compressibility factor chart, calculate the inlet density and initial velocity of methane.

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