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No, that is 9x 2 = 18 N-m tryingto lift 9 x 3 = 27 N-m moment. The force x distance applied has to be greater

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Q: Would a 9 N force applied 2 meters from the fulcrum lift 9 N that is located 3 meters from the fulcrum?
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