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A pneumatic system uses air pressure to move something. The air is compressed and enters a cylinder that has a rod attatched, and then the air has to leave the cylinder by a smaller hole. A good example is the bicycle tire pumps. As you push the handle, the air inside the pump is then compressed and forced to leave the tube by a small diameter hole, which will then enter the tire.

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