Determine the pressure - hydraulics and hydrology, Physics

Points A and B are separated by 3000 ft of new 6-in schedule-40 steel pipe. 800 gpm of 60 deg F of water flow from point A to point B. Point B is 60 ft above point A. What must be the pressure at Point A if the pressure at B must be 50 psig?

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