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We have been careful to assign plus signs to V and M

loads, and minus signs to V and M

be consistent in assigning a plus sign to any upward quantity and a minus sign to

...

We have been careful to assign plus signs to V and M

**caused**by upward actingloads, and minus signs to V and M

**caused**by downward acting loads. We shallbe consistent in assigning a plus sign to any upward quantity and a minus sign to

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The resultant bending moment at any section

algebraic sum of the bending moments at that section

acting separately. This statement is expressed algebraically by M=(2M)L = (2M)«

...

The resultant bending moment at any section

**caused**by any load system is thealgebraic sum of the bending moments at that section

**caused**by each loadacting separately. This statement is expressed algebraically by M=(2M)L = (2M)«

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8- 19a is perfectly restrained at A and C and simply supported at B. Assume that

at B the beam is temporarily locked or rigidified against the rotation

loads Pand Q. Under these conditions, segments AB and BC will act as fixed ...

8- 19a is perfectly restrained at A and C and simply supported at B. Assume that

at B the beam is temporarily locked or rigidified against the rotation

**caused**by theloads Pand Q. Under these conditions, segments AB and BC will act as fixed ...

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