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Placing a tube, with a radius of .30 cm, vertically into a barrel with a radius of 21 cm it was found that when the barrel was filled with water and the tube filled to 12 m the barrel burst. Calculate the mass of water in the tube and the net force exerted by the water in the barrel on the lid just before rupture.

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force= masswater*g

I would also look at pressure, force/area

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