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The changes in shear (AV) and moment (AM) defined by Eqs. (4-3) and (4-4) are

indicated in Figs. 4-20b and 4-20c. The shaded negative area of the load

diagram determines AV to be negative or directed downward; in the

The changes in shear (AV) and moment (AM) defined by Eqs. (4-3) and (4-4) are

indicated in Figs. 4-20b and 4-20c. The shaded negative area of the load

diagram determines AV to be negative or directed downward; in the

**shear****diagram**, the ...Page 111

useful check on the accuracy of all intermediate values of bending moments

computed from the area of a

plotted as ordinates, the shape of the moment diagram connecting them is

determined ...

useful check on the accuracy of all intermediate values of bending moments

computed from the area of a

**shear diagram**. After these bending moments areplotted as ordinates, the shape of the moment diagram connecting them is

determined ...

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However, to emphasize the significance of the

of the

change in moment is positive, it follows that to produce zero moment at the free

end ...

However, to emphasize the significance of the

**shear diagram**, note that the areaof the

**shear diagram**between D and E equals 120 X 1 = 120 ft-lb. Since thischange in moment is positive, it follows that to produce zero moment at the free

end ...

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