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Now consider a second joint of the same material, width and thickness as the joint in problem 4 above but eccentrically loaded. This time, however, the line of action of the external load is 0.563 in. removed from the centerline of the joint and the bolts are 0.2 in. removed from that centerline (i.e., the bolts are about half way between the centerline of the joint and the line of action of the external load). Assume that the bolt loads a square cross-section of the joint 1.625 = 1.625 in.2 in area and that the joint is loaded along a loading plane defined by n = 0.7. What is the radius of gyration (RG) of this joint?
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