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    A 12 pound force can lift a 150 pound force on a hydraulic lift. The smaller of the two cylinders has a cross-sectional area of 20cm^2. Calculate the cross-sectional area of the larger cylinder.

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    A 12 pound force can lift a 150 pound force on a hydraulic lift. The smaller of the two ...

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    The solution shows all the calculations to come to an answer. The cross-sectional area of the larger cylinder are calculated.

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