Determine the moment applied to the bolt, Physics

The wrench shown in the figure is designed for access to the bolt at O.  The wrench lies in a vertical plane and a horizontal force of P27 (as in question 14) is applied at A perpendicular to the handle.  Other relevant distances in mm are P28 and P29.  Determine the moment applied to the bolt at O about the y axis, then determine the value of the distance, d, for which the moment at O about the z axis, would be zero.

The moment applied to the bolt at O about the y axis rounded to the nearest N.mm, is:    

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The distance, d, rounded to the nearest mm, for which the moment at O about the z axis, would be zero, is;

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