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Rules of sign have also been simplified by assigning the positive sense to all

quantities to which the adjectives up, above, or similar terms may be applied ; for

negative signs, the converse is true. Numerous

detail ...

Rules of sign have also been simplified by assigning the positive sense to all

quantities to which the adjectives up, above, or similar terms may be applied ; for

negative signs, the converse is true. Numerous

**illustrative problems**show indetail ...

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PROBLEMS Use the end moments as the redundants in solving these problems.

... In the following problems we show how these general values are superposed

to solve design problems involving various ...

PROBLEMS Use the end moments as the redundants in solving these problems.

... In the following problems we show how these general values are superposed

to solve design problems involving various ...

**ILLUSTRATIVE PROBLEMS**746.Page 546

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geometric elements can be taken from the results of the problems in Art. A-5;

these are summarized in Table A-1. The properties of a geometric shape that is

the ...

In the

**illustrative problems**which follow, the values of the moments of inertia forgeometric elements can be taken from the results of the problems in Art. A-5;

these are summarized in Table A-1. The properties of a geometric shape that is

the ...

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