Physics Question, Mechanical Engineering

Hello to whom it may concern. I am currently having much trouble with a physics problem. I have an inverted L beam lying on a table. At the end of the flat piece laying on the table is a rectangular piece about 1/5 the length of that side. That little piece is then connected into a space in the table on an able and once all the way through becomes parallel with the table. What would the stress be on this point if there was a load on the base hanging from the table.
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