# So I am taught to use the compatibility equation with f(bb) as a method to calculate...

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So I am taught to use the compatibility equation with f(bb) as a method to calculate my reaction forces.

Determine the reactions at the supports. Assume A and Care pin supported and B is fixed connected. El is constant. Prob. 9-13 12 kN/m A -4m

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