1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data http://imgur.com/AjUdF Segments AB and BC of the beam ABC are pin connected a small distance to the right of joint B. Axial loads act at A and at the midspan of AB. A concentrated moment is applied at joint B. Find the reaction at A, B, and C. 2. Relevant equations ƩF ƩM= (Fi)(di) 3. The attempt at a solution I split the bar at joint B and drew two separate free-body diagrams. For the right side of the bar, I have Cy and Cx at C, Bx from the pin, and the moment about B (100 ft-lb). I solved: ƩMb=10Cy-100 Cy=10 From there I took the moment of the entire bar about point A, and found By=-20 lb, which I don't think is correct. I think I'm mostly confused because there are no downward y forces in this problem, and I didn't think rollers could ever have a downward force. Thanks!