Hydraulic design problems, Civil Engineering

This assignment is a Hydraulic Design assignment for Civil Engineering Major in USA. Please try if there is someone professional who can do this work because it''s too sensitive. for problem 1 I have solved part A, b and C and I still need the rest. and For problem 2 I just need the solution for part B only. I have worked with you and you have done a very well job. So, i expect this time as well. I also have similar problem to problem 1 with excel file that might help to have the proper labels for some of the stuff like symbols of flow rates, C coefficients and f friction ... etc. I''m willing the deadline to be 15 hours. Please if you have any questions let me know.
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