10 thoughts on “HOMEWORK H31.B”

  1. If you solve for the reactions at A, you can find the direction of the moment assuming a positive value means a counterclockwise moment. If you get a negative value in your calculations, you know it's in the clockwise direction.

    1. I believe we need to assume the moment at A initially. If we assumed the moment to be anticlockwise at A, and if we got the moment as negative, we can just reverse it when we are graphing it and to further solve the question

      1. Assuming you only have wall on the left and P at the free end. Then if you plot shear force diagram it would constantly V(x)=P, but it's indeed equilibrium. So this reasoning might cause some problems.

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