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In Hooke s law for uniaxial stress the strain
In Hooke s law for uniaxial stress the strain
In Hooke’s law for uniaxial stress, the strain is given as (0.0005, 0.000 034) and Young’s modulus as E ~ (29.5, 0.885) Mpsi. Find the mean, the standard deviation, and the coefficient of variation of the corresponding stress in psi.
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