Test 1.1 Average stress Welcome to your ST 1.1 Average stress Name Business Email Phone Number You can measure stress directly with an instrument the way you measure temperature with a thermometer.TrueFalseThere can be only one normal stress component acting on the surface of an imaginary cut.TrueFalseIf a shear stress component on the left surface of an imaginary cut is upward, then on the right surface it will be downward.TrueFalseIf a normal stress component puts the left surface of an imaginary cut in tension, then the right surface will be in compression.TrueFalseThe correct way of reporting shear stress is = 70 kips.TrueFalseThe correct way of reporting positive axial stress is = +15 MPa.TrueFalse1 GPa equals 106 Pa.TrueFalse1 psi is approximately equal to 7 Pa.TrueFalseA common failure stress value for metals is 10,000 Pa.TrueFalseStress on a surface is the same as pressure on a surface as both quantities have the same units.TrueFalsePlease fill in the comment box below. Be sure to click Submit Quiz to see your results! Time is Up!Time's up