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Of almost equal importance are the following variations of Eqs. (a) and (b), which

enable us to sketch the shapes of the shear and moment diagrams: dV h> = — =

Of almost equal importance are the following variations of Eqs. (a) and (b), which

enable us to sketch the shapes of the shear and moment diagrams: dV h> = — =

**slope**of shear diagram (4-5) dx dhf V = — r~ =**slope**of moment diagram (4-6) ...Page 115

The sudden change in shear at B from —6 to 14 kN causes the moment curve

there to

horizontal, as we move from B to E, because the corresponding positive shear or-

...

The sudden change in shear at B from —6 to 14 kN causes the moment curve

there to

**slope**abruptly upward to the right; it becomes less steep, and eventuallyhorizontal, as we move from B to E, because the corresponding positive shear or-

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Applying Eq. (4-6), we notice that since the shear ordinates are positive and

decrease to zero as we move from A to F, the moment curve has correspondingly

positive

Applying Eq. (4-6), we notice that since the shear ordinates are positive and

decrease to zero as we move from A to F, the moment curve has correspondingly

positive

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