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The basic mechanism of the squirt gun shown at right consists of a trigger-driven piston/cylinder, a nozzle, and a tube connecting them. The cylinder diameter D=0.75 cm. The gun is used to shoot water (density p=998 kg/m^3) straight upwards to a height of 8.5 m. What force F is required on the trigger?

The basic mechanism of the squirt gun shown at right consists of a trigger-driven piston/cylinder, a nozzle, and a tube connecting them. The cylinder diameter D=0.75 cm. The gun is used to shoot water (density p=998 kg/m^3) straight upwards to a height of 8.5 m. What force F is required on the trigger?