# GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 3 | Question: 32

Consider a simply supported beam of length, $50h$, with a rectangular cross-section of depth, $h$, and width, $2h$. The beam carries a vertical point load, P, at its mid-point. The ratio of the maximum shear stress to the maximum bending stress in the beam is

1. $0.02$
2. $0.10$
3. $0.05$
4. $0.01$

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