## Strength of Materials |

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Several partial

this is arbitrary ; one could work from the right end of the beam). Samples of these

are shown in Fig. 6-3b through g, and the corresponding shears and moments

are ...

Several partial

**free**-**body diagrams**are drawn, each including the reaction /?, (this is arbitrary ; one could work from the right end of the beam). Samples of these

are shown in Fig. 6-3b through g, and the corresponding shears and moments

are ...

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(c)

(left end). (e)

(c)

**free**-**body diagram**of the lever. (d)**free**-**body diagram**of a segment of'the lever(left end). (e)

**free**-**body diagram**of the worker. Fig. A-2. Individual**free**-**body****diagrams**from a system. person are shown in the other parts of the same figure.Page 400

The diagrams are complicated, and even people who are experienced with

in one

The diagrams are complicated, and even people who are experienced with

**free**-**body diagrams**may make mistakes in them. Note that a force or moment shownin one

**free**-**body diagram**of an object may not appear in a different view of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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