What are examples of Bernoulli's principle?

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Bernouilli's principle states that the faster the velocity of a fluid is, the pressure exerted decreases. Airplanes are the most common example of Bernouilli's principle. The more air is forced over the wing, the lesser the pressure is there, and the pressure difference between the air above and below the wing produces lift.
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