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liquids are easier to move.

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Q: Why are liquids used in hydraulics instead of gasses?
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easy: Both use pressure now hydrolics used liquids (liquids cannot be compressed) to exhert pressure pneumatics uses gasses which are compressed to exhurt pressure thtas the basics anyway


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Can solids or gases be used as hydraulics?

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