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Poster has been reminded to show their work on schoolwork problems

- Homework Statement:
- Using McCauley's to solve a beam problem

- Relevant Equations:
- Beam Calculations

Can you help me answer this question please?

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Poster has been reminded to show their work on schoolwork problems

- Homework Statement:
- Using McCauley's to solve a beam problem

- Relevant Equations:
- Beam Calculations

Can you help me answer this question please?

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https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/homework-help-guidelines-for-students-and-helpers.686781/

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The lenght 5 of the distributed load is not shown (although included in calculation).

The products of 111.75x and -50x are missing.

The correct equation may be:

##M_{x-x}=1032.5-215x##

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This is my attempt however I need to know a value/equation for displacement and deflection.

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Please, see:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macaulay's_method#Maximum_deflection

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