1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a solid rectangular section beam has a cross section: 0.1m x 0.2m, and length 2m is simply supported at each end. A load of 1100N is applied at the middle of the span. a) find the maximum bending stress and specify the location of the bending stress b) to reduce weight a hollow rectangular section beam having an outside horizontal dimension of 0.2m and a constant wall thickness of 0.02m is to be designed. determine a suitable vertical dimension so that the maximum bending stress is the same as a) 2. Relevant equations I= (bd^3)/12 for a solid rectangular beam I = (BD^3)/12 -(bd^3)/12 for a hollow rectangular beam 3. The attempt at a solution a) think ive done it, needs checking. Mmax = 1/4FL maximum stress = (Mmax/I)x 1/2 x d max stress = (0.25x1100x2)/(0.1x(0.2)^3/12) x0.5 x 0.2 max stress = 825000 b)have to use 825000(or if i have it wrong whatever the correct answer for stress is) and use I = (BD^3)/12 -(bd^3)/12 for the value of I this time and plug it back into maximum stress = (Mmax/I)x 1/2 x d , only thing is i'm having trouble rearranging everything to get the value of the vertical height, any help please?