8.1 Stress Transformation by Method of Equations Choose the best answer in the questions below. The Poisson’s ratio of the material in questions below is 0.25. Name Email 1. The angle to find the normal stress on plane AA in Figure (a) using Equation 8.1 is 25 degrees 115 degrees 65 degrees -25 degrees None of the above 2. The angle to find the normal stress on plane AA in Figure (b) using Equation 8.1 is 25 degrees 115 degrees 65 -25 degrees None of the above 3. The angle to find the normal stress on plane AA in Figure (c) using Equation 8.1 is 25 degrees 115 degrees 65 degrees -25 degrees None of the above 4. At a point in plane stress the principal stresses were found to be 22 ksi (T) and 14 ksi (C). The maximum shear stress at the point is 11 ksi 4 ksi 18 ksi 6.5 ksi None of the above 5. At a point in plane stress the principal stresses were found to be 22 ksi (T) and 14 ksi (T). The maximum shear stress at the point is 11 ksi 4 ksi 18 ksi 6.5 ksi None of the above 6. At a point in plane strain the principal stresses were found to be 22 ksi (T) and 14 ksi (C). The maximum shear stress at the point is 11 ksi 4 ksi 18 ksi 6.5 ksi None of the above 7. At a point in plane strain the principal stresses were found to be 22 ksi (T) and 14 ksi (T). The maximum shear stress at the point is 11 ksi 4 ksi 18 ksi 6.5 ksi None of the above 8. If the other principal stress was 150 MPa (T) then the principal angle 1 is -35 degrees 35 degrees 55 degrees -55 degrees None of the above 9. If the other principal stress was 150 MPa (C) then the principal angle 1 is -35 degrees 35 degrees 55 degrees -55 degrees None of the above 10. If the other principal stress was 75 MPa (T) then the principal angle 1 is -35 degrees 35 degrees 55 degrees -55 degrees None of the above Do you have any comments or suggestions? Please send them to author@madhuvable.org Time's up