# please solve #7. 6. A tension test specimen of a certain material has a diameter of... 6. A tension test specimen of a certain material has a diameter of 0.5 in and gage marks set 2 in The load versus deflection results of a tension test are shown below where p = 16,000 lb and 0.007 in. Young's modulus for the material is best given by a 23.3 x 10 psi d=0.5in b. 5.82 x 10 psi 2.29 x 10psi d. 73.1 x 10º psi P] Fractures 56 38 672 7. The modulus of toughness for the material of Problem 6 is best given by a, 713 psi b. 143 psi c. 280 psi d. 56.0 psi -  #### Earn Coin

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