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Determine (a) the distance a so that the vertical reactions at supports A and B are

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Problem 5.76

Determine (a) the distance a so that the vertical reactions at supports A and B are equal, (b) the corresponding reactions at the supports.

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Notes SES100 Phillip Christensen 10/14/2016 A. Matrices a. Computers work with arrays, or matrices of numbers i. Row Matrix ii. Ex. - (1,2,3,4 etc) iii. Ex. - iv. Matrix - 5 Rows & 4 Columns v. To refer to an element in matrix 1. Matlab: It is by row and column a. B = Row 3, column 2 b. a(3,2) c. B = a(3,2) - c​ ommand for MatLab B. Strings a. a = ‘hello’ b. Enclose strings in single quotes c. display(a) d. What would be the value of b after:

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Author: Ferdinand Beer, E. Russell Johnston Jr., David Mazurek
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