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Posted by deel on Thursday, August 9, 2012 at 2:13am.

The stiffness S of a rectangular beam is proportional to its width (w) times the cube of its depth/height (h). find the dimensions (i.e.: w and h) of stiffest beam that can be cut from a log which has a circular cross-section with diameter of 12-in.

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