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Ball bearings are rated by a manufacturer for a life of $10^6$ revolutions. The catalogue rating of a particular bearing is $16$ $kN$. If the design load is $2$ $kN$, the life of the bearing will be $p\times 10^6$  revolutions, where $p$ is equal to _______
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