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  1. Curry
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  2. Curry
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    I don't understand why the displacement of the middle book is (X1+L/4) and the displacement of the top book is (X1 + l/4 + l/3).

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    @razor99 @nincompoop @Hero

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    can you post Fig 14-30

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    http://prntscr.com/7a42i8

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    |dw:1432761224962:dw|

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    @perl

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    |dw:1432768384002:dw|

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    |dw:1432769049960:dw| \[3 \bar x = \frac {2L}{4} + \frac {3L}{4} + \frac {5L}{4}; \ \bar x = \frac {5L}{6}\] overhang = L/6