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    In the hydraulic lift the red piston has a cross-sectional area of 0.69 m2 and the green piston a cross-sectional area of 0.06 m2 and the force F1 = 176 N. What weight to the nearest newton can this configuration lift?

    If the green piston is depressed 0.67 meters, how far up would the red piston move to the nearest thousandth of a meter?

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    In the hydraulic lift the red piston has a cross-sectional area S2 of 0.69 m2 and the green piston a cross-sectional area S1 of 0.06 m2 and the force F1 = 176 N. What weight to the nearest Newton can this configuration ...

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