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Steam at an initial enthalpy of $100$ $kJ/kg$ and inlet velocity of $100$ $m/s$, enters an insulated horizontal nozzle. It leaves the nozzle at $200$ $m/s$. The exit enthalpy (in $kJ/kg$) is __________
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