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anonymous
 5 years ago
the maximum load a cylinder column can support varies directly as a forth power of the diameter and inversley as the square of the height. a column that is 2 ft in diameter and 10ft high can support up to 6 tons. if a column is 1 ft in diameter and 12 ft high what is the maximun load it can support?
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anonymous
 5 years ago
the maximum load a cylinder column can support varies directly as a forth power of the diameter and inversley as the square of the height. a column that is 2 ft in diameter and 10ft high can support up to 6 tons. if a column is 1 ft in diameter and 12 ft high what is the maximun load it can support? please explain

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