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A piston has a diemaeter of .64 cm. A second piston has a diameter of 3.8 cm. determine the Force necessary on Piston A to support the 500.0 Newton weight on piston B (in the absence of friction.)

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    Fa/Aa=Fb/Ab

    this is the same as saying the pressure on each side is the same (Pa=Pb)

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