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    How do i solve the seconds part finding area
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    Stress = Force / Area

    On the graph, at breaking point:

      \text{stress} = 6.0 \times 10^7$

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    that means
     6.0 \times 10^7 = \frac{19}{\text{Area}}

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\text{Area} = 19 / 6.0\times 10^7 = 3.17 \times 10^{-7}
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    How did u find breaking point
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    It's on the graph! - labelled 'breaking point' at the top of the page. As my physics teacher says, you don't have the memory of a fish! look back at previous parts to see if it gives helpful information.
 
 
 
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