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# Solved: Each of the frames shown consists of two L-shaped members connected by two rigid

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Problem 6.121

Each of the frames shown consists of two L-shaped members connected by two rigid links. For each frame, determine the reactions at the supports and indicate whether the frame is rigid.

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