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is anyone familiar with shear and moment diagrams that would like to take the time to show me an example that I have?

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I dont quite understand, and my professor is unavailable. I don't even know where to start.

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i'm not sure if i'm the right guy to explain it from scratch
ok, do you happen to know of a website or a video of a good example?
i thought it was a complex special case example. i'd recommend khan academy videos on youtube: sorry for not being more of a help. hit me up in a few weeks when your teacher pulls out hard ones :)
lol ok. Thank you anyway!
sorry. that is NOT a khan academy video. the guy sounds really boring too lol. i wouldn't recommend the video I linked. I thought it was khan
lol ok

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