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The purpose of the quiz and printable worksheet is to check your understanding of compressive stress. You will need to know how this stress is calculated in order to do well on the multiple-choice quiz.

Some topics you will be quizzed over include:

- The formula for compressive stress
- Why compressive stress is important to know in architecture
- Calculating compressive stress in different examples

**Knowledge application**- use your knowledge to answer questions about finding compressive stress**Information recall**- access the knowledge you have gained about the formula used to find compressive stress**Reading comprehension**- ensure that you draw the most important details from the lesson on compressive stress and its uses

Looking at the corresponding lesson called Compressive Stress: Definition, Formula & Maximum helps you get more familiar with this type of stress. Some topics you can go into more detail about include:

- Examples of compressive stress
- How to calculate compressive stress
- Benefits of knowing about this type of stress

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Physics 101: Help and Review17 chapters | 212 lessons

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- Newton's Third Law of Motion: Examples of the Relationship Between Two Forces 4:24
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- Inclined Planes in Physics: Definition, Facts, and Examples 6:56
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