I had this as an exam question in my first Structural Analysis course, and couldn't figure it out. The frame is supported by 2 cantilevers at points A and D. The top member is perfectly rigid, that is EI=infinity. E is constant. Solve for the deflection at point B and the reactions at A and D.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Could someone give me an idea of how you could approach this? My Professor said it could be solved in 3 or 4 lines but I sure don't see how. Thanks

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# Homework Help: Frame Deflection

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