A host pours the remnants of several bottles of wine into a single large jug after a party, almost completely filling the jug. The body of the jug is in the shape of a cylinder with a 14.0 cm diameter, and it has a thinner cylindrical neck of diameter 2.00 cm. The host inserts a cork with the same diameter as the neck into the jug’s neck, placing it in direct contact with the wine. The host is amazed that the bottom of the jug breaks away when he pounds the cork into place. Calculate how much the magnitude of the force exerted against the bottom of the jug exceeds the N magnitude force applied to the cork when it is struck by the host.