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The vertical ends of a water trough are isosceles triangles $5$ feet across the top and $5$ feet deep. Calculate the force on an end when the trough is full of water.

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1 of 5The vertical ends of a water trough are isosceles triangles 5 feet across the top and 5 feet deep. Calculate the force on an end when the trough is full of water.

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