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that is the figure
help me pls.

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Do you know how to find the moment and reactions?
yes. but i'm having a difficulty because of the inclined forces @raffle_snaffle
so are we using method by joints or method by sections?
either of the two will do. but i think method by sections will be easier?? but i dont know how to start
so lets find the reactions at the incline. what did you do?
first we can only look at the right side with the incline or we can start at the other end
how can i do that??
wow looking at my old notes i found a problem exactly the same
really?? that's great!! can i see your solution?
i would have to scan it and email it to you... btw it isn't exactly the same. your forces are at an angle
what is the name of the book you are studying out of?
and the forces are in a diff location.
yah. that is my problem.. those forces in inclined
you only use the y component of those forces
how about the angles?? can u send it on my email?
you can figure out the angles by geometry
yeah i can email you my notes but the problem isn't exactly the same
ohh. it's okay.. it can still help me
i am thinking about the problem
okay. i will wait for your answer
it would take me awhile to figure this out
do you know how to find moments at a point?
what will be the reactions on the roller? and the hinge?
|dw:1385098088769:dw| there will be no reaction in the x direction
how about on the right side?? on the roller?
we never finished this problem
but i will send you the one page of notes
pm me your email address
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i send you a message . thanks a lot
it's going to have to be broken up into components
okay.. did you receive my message?

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