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Hi, im stuck on rearranging the Youngs modulus formula in order to find the strain.I have young modulus (200GPa) and I have stress (2.7 x 10^6) so now I need to use those two figures to figure out the strain, but I dont know the equation for it.
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Young Modulus = Stress/Strain

You have Young Modulus and Stress, so you should be able to rearrange the above equation to find strain
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