# Question 2.9: Tensile stresses of 160 MPa and 40 MPa are acting on two per...

Tensile stresses of 160 MPa and 40 MPa are acting on two perpendicular planes in a body. Determine the location of a plane on which the resultant stress is most inclined to its normal.

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