Calculate the maximum shear stress, Mechanical Engineering

The square cross sections A and B are shown in Fig Q1, the dimensions b = 80 mm, thickness t = 10 mm. A shear force V is applied at the cross section, calculate the maximum shear stress in the cross sections.

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