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## Homework Statement

Find the shear and moment diagram.

## Homework Equations

dV/dt = -w(x)

dM/dt = V(x)

## The Attempt at a Solution

See attached.

My problem is that I'm getting 0.06 kip*ft at the end of the beam, and I don't think that's right.

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Find the shear and moment diagram.

dV/dt = -w(x)

dM/dt = V(x)

See attached.

My problem is that I'm getting 0.06 kip*ft at the end of the beam, and I don't think that's right.

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Also you can try going through the problem again using the differential equations that you provided. It's a little more work with getting the boundary conditions, but you should get the same answer.

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