1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate the magnitude of the force supported by the point at A under the action of the 2.9-kN load applied to the bracket. Neglect friction in the slot. 2. Relevant equations ƩMA=0 ƩFy=0 ƩFx=0 3. The attempt at a solution I started by finding the moment around A so that I could solve for the vertical force at B: ΔyAC=(135)sin(34) MA=0=(2.9)(75.459)-FBy(155) FBy=-1.41 Then I found FBX using trig functions and the angle between the vertical axis and FB: (-1.41)tan(56)=-2.09 Then I summed all the forces to find the components of the force at point A: ƩFy=0=-1.41+FAy FAy=1.41Kn ƩFx=0=-2.09+2.99+FAx FAx=0.9Kn Then I found FA using the Pythagorean theorem FA=√(0.92+1.412)=1.672Kn This was wrong, am I missing a force/forces somewhere, or are my calculations incorrect? Thanks for any help!!!