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    1. I apologize for any confusion. In structural engineering, the aspect ratio of a member or structure is typically defined as the ratio of the longer dimension to the shorter dimension.

      So, for a rectangular member or structure, the aspect ratio would be expressed as Lx/Ly, where Lx is the longer dimension and Ly is the shorter dimension. This is because the longer dimension is typically considered to be the length and the shorter dimension is considered to be the width.

      I hope this clears up any confusion and please let me know if you have any further questions.

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