1. Determine the length of the bar by measuring it with the ruler. The bar may be 10 inches long. This will be L in the formula. 2. Calculate the crosssectional area of the bar.
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Draw a line to the xaxis from the point of fracture parallel to the straight line part of the graph. The extension at this point is then divided by the gauge length.
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Yes, there's a formula from spherical trigonometry for this. Suppose one object has coordinates. (alpha1, delta1) and the second is. (alpha2, delta2) (Alpha is right ascension, and
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How to calculate something is greatly dependent on what exactly it is that you want to calculate. The simplest way to calculate percentages is to divide the amount given by the total
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