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Two identical trusses support a load of $100$ $N$ as shown in the figure. The length of each truss is $1.0$ $m$; cross-sectional area is $200$ $mm^2$; Young’s modulus $E$ = $200$ $GPa$. The force in the truss $AB$ (in $N$) is _________

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