Tensile stress

Hi, The units given for tensile stress are in MPa. However, i recently completed a question where tensile stress was given in MN-2. What is
the conversion rate or are they the same.
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Mark wrote:

^^^^ Are you really sure?
Look for the definition of 'M', 'Pa' and 'N'.
Michael Dahms
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Pascals are stress, newtons are force. Please check your units.
1 MPa = 1 MN/m^2 if that's what you really want.

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Check http://www.onlineconversion.com/ for conversions of most anything.

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