Gradient at roller and pin support

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Homework Statement


in the notes , why did the author only stated that zero displacement occur at pin and roller support?
Why the author didnt stated that the slope at pin and roller support is also = 0 ?

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As we can see from the figure, the gradient at pin and roller support = 0 ?
 

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The slope is maximum at the ends of the beam, where the pin and roller are located, not zero.
 
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The slope is maximum at the ends of the beam, where the pin and roller are located, not zero.
why not = 0?
 
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The slope is maximum at the ends of the beam, where the pin and roller are located, not zero.
the slope is minimum in the middle of the beam, and 0 at the 2ends of beam, right?
 
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The beam is sagging. Slope is zero only at the center of the beam. But at either end, slope is maximum.
 

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