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    Hello, i was wondering if anyone would be able to advise me on how to go about doing this question:
    Automatic sampling of bricks, specified as 215mm long. Latest sample
    Brick size Number
    210-212 230
    212-214 475
    214-216 600
    216-218 412
    218-220 242

    Provide report with an explanation of this data including:
    calculations for the avearge brick size in terms of

    with an explanation of the merits of each value and expalnation of its meaning.
    The standard deviation with an expalnation of its meaning.

    Also, does anyone know how to calculate the bending moment on beams therefor allowing for a certain amount of stress. The neccesary deflection for beam sizes. Basic principle of structural mechanics and fluid mechanics affecting the structural members and service installations.

    Im sorry if it isnt making much sense, i tried to put the question as an attachment but it didnt work.

    Any help would be VERY much appreciated!
    Selina xx

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