Determine the force acting through the bolts of the flange, Physics

This spray head discharges water (density 62.4 lbm/ft ) at a rate of 4 ft /s. Assuming irrotational flow and an efflux speed of 65 ft/s in the free jet, determine what force acting through the bolts of the flange is needed to keep the spray head on the 6 in. pipe. Neglect gravitational forces.

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