A classical mechanics problem by Siddharth Parkar

2 vertical communicating cylinders of different diameters contain a gas at constant temperature under piston of mass \(M_1 = 1\text{ kg} \) and \(M_2 = 2\text{ kg} \) and the pistons are in vacuum and at the same height \(H_0 =0.2 \text{ mts} \).

What will be difference h in their height if the mass of the first piston is made as large as the mass of the second piston?

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