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How does water come out of the faucet?

The water in the pipes in your house is held at a higher pressure than the air around you. The water comes up from the ground-level pipes coming into your house and out through the faucet because of the pressure difference. Is that correct? The water is ready for movement because of the pressure in the pipe.

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