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The question is shown in the attach file. I know we use formula (6V/b*h^3)(h^2-y^2) but no idea where to get the values

The question is shown in the attach file. I know we use formula (6V/b*h^3)(h^2-y^2) but no idea where to get the values 

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  • how do u get 8000 and 160*10^6
    • billy3042
    • Apr 29, 2016 at 6:11am
  • 8000 means, 8*1000 N and substitute the bh^3 value and u will get 160*10^6.
    • mahendrancivil87
    • Apr 29, 2016 at 6:40am

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