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Consider Hooke's Law which says within a certain limit stress is proportional to strain. As rods are made up of same material proportionality constant are same then solve the problem
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i knew..., i've tried.., but not work
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You might consider it again.......you can check on compressive/tensile stress signs
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what did you get it??
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It doesn't matter
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I got 4.7746 mm
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still doesn't work
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Be cautious about substituting the area.....circular cross sections....square cross sections...
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