I have two bolts mounting a member to a fixed support (pictured in gray), where my load P is known. I'd like to use an "overhanging load" scenario where R_1 and R_ledge are my two reaction loads, except I have that 2nd bolt R_2 which complicates this a bit. I would assume that R_2 is going to be much less than R_1. Can anyone offer help in how in how I can solve R_2? Thanks in advance.
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