physics
posted by d .
(c) Tube (c) is again filled with water. A1 and A2 are the same as in part (b). Two pistons apply different forces to the water in the tube so that the water in the right side of the tube is a height h = 0.43m above the height of the water in the left side of the tube. If F2 = 138 N what is F1?

kjyugyu

916.496

So first you multiply the buoyancy multiplied by gravity times the height. If we have the same problem which we do, the answer for that is 4214 Pa. Then you have to find the pressure in F2. So then do 138/.08= 1725. Then add 1725 and 4214 to get 5939. Multiply by .05.
FINAL ANSWER IS: 296.25!
Just finished it now.