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can someone help me understand this math. this is for me C programming class but there's no way i can code this if i dont understand the math. Compute the diameter in centimeters of a steel rod, an aluminum rod, and a copper rod, which can withstand a particular compression load. The allowable compression stress of steel, aluminum , and copper is 25000 lbs/m^2, 15000 lbs/m^s, and 20000 lbs/m^2 respectively. area of rod = compression load / allowable compression stress area=(pi)r^2 where diameter=2r

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    You just need to understand conceptually what is happening?

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    well i dont know what compression load is

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    i dont know what numbers im suppose to put on "compression load" to get the area of the rod

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    Like what to input for the compression load?

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    yes

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    The resultant diameter is a result of the compression load

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    So, for instance, you want a copper/iron/etc. rod to have a compression load of X what diameter must it have so that that is possible

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    So that the compression load is a user input and the diameter is what the program outputs

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    oooh okay i understand that part but what type of number does the user input lolol just (1,2,3,4,5....55)?

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    Oh. an integer

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    or try something like float load; int userchoice;

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    Sorry if these aren't the answers you need lol

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    no worries you helped xD i just really did not know what compression load is. and if i were to run it, i wouldnt know if the numbers that comes out were right xD

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