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A hydraulic jump takes place in a $6 \; \text{m}$ wide rectangular channel at a point where the upstream depth is $0.5 \; \text{m}$ (just before the jump). If the discharge in the channel is $30 \; \text{m}^{3}\text{/s}$ and the energy loss in the jump is $1.6 \; \text{m},$ then the Froude number computed at the end of the jump is ______________. (round off to two decimal places)

(Consider the acceleration due to gravity as $10 \; \text{m/s}^{2}$.)

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