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### Class 10corrected

Course: ENGR 111, Fall 2009
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111 Week ENGR 5 Wednesday Class 10 T. Pollock Fall, 2009 1 Homework4 DuenextMONDAY! 2 Unit Loads Set the largest load to 1 unit and scale other loads accordingly. In this example, the magnitude of the external force applied at C is known to be 5/7ths of the magnitude of the external force applied at B. First: Sketch the structure FBD. Second: Calculate the reactions at the supports. 3 4 Now use the...

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Texas A&M - ENGR - 111
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Texas A&M - ENGR - 111
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Texas A&M - ENGR - 111
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Texas A&M - ENGR - 111
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