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= —3480 ft-lb 405.

Br ]c ' B 200 lb/ ft 3' 6' 300 lb/ ft 400 lb/ ft «1 Fig. P-406. 4' «2 Fig. P-405. 406.

**Beam loaded**as shown in Fig. P-404. Ans. Mac = 3600 — 230x — 30x2; Max. M= —3480 ft-lb 405.

**Beam loaded**as shown in Fig. P-405. Ans. Max. M = 3456 ft-lbBr ]c ' B 200 lb/ ft 3' 6' 300 lb/ ft 400 lb/ ft «1 Fig. P-406. 4' «2 Fig. P-405. 406.

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A

the

and CF. These vertical members are rigidly attached to the

A

**beam**A BCD is supported by a roller at .4 and a hinge at D. It is subjected tothe

**loads**shown in Fig. P-437 which act at the ends of the vertical members BEand CF. These vertical members are rigidly attached to the

**beam**at B and C. Ans.Page 207

Ferdinand Leon Singer. PROBLEMS For each of the beams in the following

problems, compute the moment of area of the M diagram between the reactions

about both the left and the right reaction. 624.

624.

Ferdinand Leon Singer. PROBLEMS For each of the beams in the following

problems, compute the moment of area of the M diagram between the reactions

about both the left and the right reaction. 624.

**Beam loaded**as shown in Fig. P-624.

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