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(b) What is the force on each end? (The ends are 12.0 m.)

(c) What is the force on each side? (The sides are 28.0 m.)

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(b) What is the force on each end? (The ends are 12.0 m.)

(c) What is the force on each side? (The sides are 28.0 m.)

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For example, ones that involve pressure and depth and density and pressure and force and area.

Also, you should be able to get part 'a' right off the bat without any fancy fluid equations, eh?

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