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In (Figure 1), how much force does the fluid exert on the end of the cylinder at A?  How much force does the fluid exert on the end of the cylinder at B?

- 10 kg floating piston
4.0 cm-
100 cm
20 cm
A
Oil
60 cm
B
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- 10 kg floating piston 4.0 cm- 100 cm 20 cm A Oil 60 cm B