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(13. The shear for a simple beam, uniformly loaded, can be found using the formula V13. The shear for a simple beam, uniformly loaded, can be found using the formula V xw (-x2Find length (L) measured in feet, if shear (V) 438 ft-lbs, weight (w)- 47 lbs, and location(x) 8 feet, rounded to one decimal place.

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(13. The shear for a simple beam, uniformly loaded, can be found using the formula V
13. The shear for a simple beam, uniformly loaded, can be found using the formula V x
w (
-x
2
Find length (L) measured in feet, if shear (V) 438 ft-lbs, weight (w)- 47 lbs, and location
(x) 8 feet, rounded to one decimal place.
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(13. The shear for a simple beam, uniformly loaded, can be found using the formula V 13. The shear for a simple beam, uniformly loaded, can be found using the formula V x w ( -x 2 Find length (L) measured in feet, if shear (V) 438 ft-lbs, weight (w)- 47 lbs, and location (x) 8 feet, rounded to one decimal place.

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Step 1

Introduction:

Denote the length of a simple beam as L.

Denote the shear of a simple beam as V.

Denote the weight of a simple beam as w.

Denote the location of the simple beam as x.

The general formula to find the shear for a uniformly loaded simple beam is,

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Step 2

Obtain the length of the simple beam measured in feet:

The shear of a simple beam is given as V = 438 ft-lbs.

The weight of a simple beam is given as w = 47 lbs.

The location of the simple beam is given as ...

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