Calculate the pressures at points, Physics

In this system, d = 6 in., D = 12 in., Δz1 = 6 ft, and Δz2 = 12 ft. The discharge of water in the system is 10 cfs. Is the machine a pump or a turbine? What are the pressures at points A and B? Neglect head losses. Assume α = 1.0 at all locations.

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