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A marble cylinder that has a diameter of 42 cm and stands 1.25 m tall rests on a flat tile deck. What is the pressure exerted on the deck by the cylinder?

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    You will need to look up the density of marble.

    Divide the weight of the marble cylinder (in Newtons) by the base area (in m^2). This will equal
    (marble density)*height*g, in N/m^2

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