A standard equation for determining minor headloss at a 45 degree wye junction "hj=(v out squared - 0.75 x velocity in squared) / 64.4" results in a negative headloss if the upstream velocity is high. Example: inflow velocity = 20.3 fps and outflow velocity = 10.2 fps results in a -3.17 ft loss. How should this result be used in determining headloss?