1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A hydraulic lift has two connected pistons with cross-sectional areas 25 cm2 and 700 cm2. It is filled with oil of density 570 kg/m3. a) What mass must be placed on the small piston to support a car of mass 1300 kg at equal fluid levels? (answer: 46.4kg) b) With the lift in balance with equal fluid levels, a person of mass 70 kg gets into the car. What is the equilibrium height difference in the fluid levels in the pistons? (answer: 1.77m) c) How much did the height of the car drop when the person got in the car? HELP! 3. The attempt at a solution I know that the fluid is incompressible therefore the volume is conserved. I also know that the height changed is proportional to the area of each of the pistons. I know that A1*d1=A2*d2 where d1 is the distance piston 1 is pushed down and the volume is A1 that flowed into the piston. Where I am confused is how do we relate the weight to the change in height. Any help would greatly be appreciated!