Posted by **Sara** on Monday, December 7, 2009 at 5:35pm.

If you have a hydraulic lift and you know the density of the oil inside, the area of the cylinder and the area of the piston and the force that needs to be applied to lift as certain weight and the weight of that object...how do you find the height that the piston needs to be pushed down if the cylinder goes up 0.03cm?

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