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Larry Jeffus
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8th Edition
Larry Jeffus
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781305494695

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Chapter 25, Problem 24R
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What would be the transverse shear strength per inch of weld if a specimen that was 2.5 in. wide withstood 25,000 lb?

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