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Find the shear strain that results if a force of magnitude 9.00×105 is applied to the top square face of the plate, parallel to the side, and a force of equal magnitude is applied in the opposite direction to the bottom face of the plate as shown .
Note that the shear modulus of steel in pascals is 7.50×1010 .

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