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A pole-vaulter holds out a 4.75 m pole horizontally in front of him.  Assuming the pole is uniform in construction, and that he holds the pole with one hand at the very end, and one hand 0.75 m from the end, what is the ratio of the force applied by the hand on the end of the pole to the weight of the pole?



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