Classify the flow as laminar or turbulent, Physics

A flow rate of 200 gpm of oil with u=1.5 x 10-3 lb-sec/ft2 and p=1.7 slug/ft3 occurs in a 4-in pipe. Determine the Reynolds number. Classify the flow as laminar or turbulent. What is the pressure drop and head loss per 1000-ft long pipe?

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