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# The formula gives the diameter d, in inches, of a rope needed to lift a weight of w, intons. How much weight can be lifted with a rope that has a diameter of 4in?

Hint:

### Rearrange the equation and then solve for W.

## The correct answer is: 10.5169 tons of weight can be lifted with a rope that has a diameter of 4in

### Complete step by step solution:

Here we have the formula to be

Given that , d = 4

On squaring (i), we can have

10.5169 tons of weight can be lifted with a rope that has a diameter of 4in.

10.5169 tons of weight can be lifted with a rope that has a diameter of 4in.

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