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PHGA OneKey - Assignment Editor - ENGR Statics Back Close Question Bank: Chapter 6 Description: 6.3A Grade: 0.0 Your answer: Your response Correct response Determine the force in each member of the truss and state if the members are in tension or compression. Enter all force values as positive numbers. Use the results of your calculation to determine if the unknown force is in tension (a positive number) or in compression (a negative number). : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) Determine the force in each member of the truss and state if the members are in tension or compression. Enter all force values as positive numbers. Use the results of your calculation to determine if the unknown force is in tension (a positive number) or in compression (a negative number). : 13.0(1±0.01) kN tension : 18.4(1±0.01) kN compression : 9.19(1±0.01) kN tension : 27.6(1±0.01) kN compression : 19.5(1±0.01) kN tension Feedback: Below is a solution for a similar problem with different values. http://phga.pearsoncmg.com/onekey/modules/classEditor.DisplayQuestion (1 of 2)5/1/2007 11:31:40 AM
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PHGA OneKey - Assignment Editor - ENGR Statics http://phga.pearsoncmg.com/onekey/modules/classEditor.DisplayQuestion (2 of 2)5/1/2007 11:31:40 AM
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PHGA OneKey - Assignment Editor - ENGR Statics Back Close Question Bank: Chapter 6 Description: 6.10A Grade: 0.0 Your answer: Your response Correct response The Warren bridge truss is subjected to the loadings shown. Determine the force in each member and indicate if the members are in tension or compression. Approximate each joint as a pin. Enter all force values as positive numbers. Use the results of your calculation to determine if the unknown force is in tension (a positive number) or in compression (a negative number). : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) : No answer kN (Click for List) The Warren bridge truss is subjected to the loadings shown. Determine the force in each member and indicate if the members are in tension or compression. Approximate each joint as a pin.
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