Maximum Value

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hi i want to find out the bending moment of a beam at a distance from one end is given by M=1/2[tex]\omega[/tex] (lx-x^2) where [tex]\omega[/tex]and l are constant. how do we find maximum value and why its maximum value i would realli apreciate it if someone would help me
 
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tiny-tim
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welcome to pf!

hi airmarshal! welcome to pf! :smile:

(have an omega: ω and try using the X2 tag just above the Reply box :wink:)

either differentiate wrt x, or complete the square :wink:
 

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