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A vaulter holds a 20.7 N pole in equilibrium by exerting an upward force, U, with his leading hand, and a downward force, D, with his trailing hand. Let L1 = 0.71 m, L2 = 1.5 m, and L3 = 2.21 m. What are the magnitudes of U and D?

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