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# Shear and Moment diagrams

## Shear and Moment diagrams

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Derive the equations for shear and bending moments along the length of the beam with the given shear and bending moent diagrams. I only got the first part i think if you could calculate the rest that would be great
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### RE: Shear and Moment diagrams

Show us what you've done so far and we can help point you in the correct direction... but we don't just do the work for you.

Dan - Owner
http://www.Hi-TecDesigns.com

### RE: Shear and Moment diagrams

a) This is a student forum. You are not a student.
b) You ask us to "Derive the equations for shear and bending moments along the length of the beam with the given shear and bending moent diagrams" but you do not include the diagrams.
c) If you understand the definition of 'shear' and 'bending moment', you should have no difficulty with the question.
d) If you are still having difficulty, use Google to find notes on elementary statics definitions.

BA

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