Hydrostatic pressure on curved 3-d surfaces, Mechanical Engineering

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A shark tank in the aquarium has a hemispherical glass viewing "bubble"  jutting into the water from the side wall. The radius of the bubble is 1m, starting 2m below the water surface. What is the horizontal and vertical resultant force of the water on the bubble?

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