A hydraulic piston has two surfaces which can move when a force is applied to them. On the left side, the piston surface is circular with a cross-sectional radius of 10 cm and on the right side it is square with a side of length 30 cm.A. If I push on the left side with 100 N of force, what total force will be exerted by the fluid in the piston on the right side?B. If I displace the piston on the left side by 18 cm, how far will the right surface move?

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A hydraulic piston has two surfaces which can move when a force is applied to them. On the left side, the piston surface is circular with a cross-sectional radius of 10 cm and on the right side it is square with a side of length 30 cm.

A. If I push on the left side with 100 N of force, what total force will be exerted by the fluid in the piston on the right side?

B. If I displace the piston on the left side by 18 cm, how far will the right surface move?

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rig (100) «(ол)* (о3) Е rigl = 286.48 N

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