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Physics: Find ratio of large force to the small force?

Physics: Find ratio of large force to the small force?

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(a) Find the mechanical advantage of the lift (ratio of the large force to the small force). Depends on the cross-sectional area of the pistons: MA 14^2 / 1.75^2 The rest is simply math (b) What force must be applied to the small piston to lift the SUV? 1850 kg ^ 9.8m/s^2 / MA from above (c) When the small piston is pushed 10.0 m, how far is the car lifted? 10.0 m / MA from above
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