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A hydraulic lift is designed to raise a 900-kg car. The "large" piston has a radius of 36.0 cm and the "small" piston has a radius of 4.00 cm. Determine the minimum force exerted on the small piston to accomplish the task. (Express your answer to three significant figures.)
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