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Iam practicing for my exam in mechanics and I cant figure out how to solve this problem. I need to find the forces in B and C.

Please help..

Greetings from cold norway

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Iam practicing for my exam in mechanics and I cant figure out how to solve this problem. I need to find the forces in B and C.

Please help..

Greetings from cold norway

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This is how I think the forces is working. Cant figure out if this is correct

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Hi eivert! Welcome to PF from warm but rainy England!

I'm sorry, but your diagram will not help.

(For example, on your diagram at B, there should be the force of BE on AC and the equal and opposite force of AC on BE)

You need

Start with rods CG and BE (as

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