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A researcher applies a force to a syringe, causing a small, incompressible volume of liquid to exert pressure on the system. If the pressure is increased at one point in the liquid, which of the following best describes what happens according to Pascal’s Law?
A hydraulic lift is used to raise a car in a garage. The surface area of the small piston is 0.015 square meters, and the surface area of the large piston is 0.93 square meters. If a force of 150 Newtons is applied to the small piston, what is the force exerted by the large piston?
A hydraulic press has two connected pistons with different surface areas. The smaller piston has an area of 2 cm², and the larger piston has an area of 10 cm². If a force is applied to the smaller piston, the force exerted by the larger piston will:
In a hydraulic system within a piece of medical equipment, the output piston has an area that is quadruple the area of the input piston. If a constant force is applied to the input piston, what is the effect on the force exerted by the output piston?
A hydraulic lift is used to elevate a car in an auto shop. The original setup has an input piston area of 1.5 cm² and requires a force of 300 N to lift the car. If the input piston area is doubled and the force applied is halved, what is the effect on the output force?