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So, start by assuming that the maximum in the jib element is reached first. Set up static equilibrium equations and solve for the tension in the tie. Does it exceed its maximum? If not, find the load and this will be your maximum load. If it does, then clearly the tie maxes out first so redo the calculations beginning with the tie tension set to maximum.

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supplementary one of my problems.

Is't necessary the moment method to solve this questions?

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Is't necessary the moment method to solve this questions?

Thanks

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supplementary one of my problems.

Is't necessary the moment method to solve this questions?

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It should be sufficient to realize that for stasis to hold, the sum of the forces acting at point C should be zero.

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