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1. Determine the force in members BC, BE, and EF. State if the member is at tension or compression. Set L = 1000 lb and d = 6 ft. 2. Determine the force in the horizontal member BD, set L = 1000 lb, d = 10 ft and x = 7.5 ft. Also calculate the magnitude of the force developed at pin C. FBD = Cx = 384.9 lb, Cy = 0 lb. 3. Determine the magnitude of shear force and bending moment at a point located at 1 m from the pin support for the beam shown. Then find the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam by first determining the corresponding algebraic equations 4. Determine the magnitude of shear force and bending moment at B (B is at 0.8 m from A) for the beam shown. Then find the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam by first determining the corresponding algebraic equations. 5. Determine the force in member BD and the magnitude of the reaction at A. FBD = 9.659 kN, Ax = 6.83 kN, Ay = 4.33 kN 6. Calculate the forces in members BC, BH, and HI of the loaded truss composed of equilateral triangles, each of side length 8 m. BH = 0.5774 kN (T) BC = 1.1547 kN (T) 7. Determine the magnitude of shear force and bending moment at points located 0.15 m and 0.45 m from the pin support for the beam shown. Then find the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam by first determining the corresponding algebraic equations 8. Find the shear force and bending moment at section C. V = 3.666667 kN, M = 2.77777 kN-m. Then find the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam by first determining the corresponding algebraic equations 9. Determine the magnitude of shear force and bending moment at 2 m and 4 m from the support for the beam shown. Then find the shear force and bending moment diagrams for the beam by first determining the corresponding algebraic equations a) V = 22 kN, M = 64 kN-m b) V = 16 kN, M = 26 kN-m 10. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of force that the pins at A, B, and C exert on their connecting members. Ax = 4200 N; Ay = 4000 N Bx = 4200 lb; By = 3200 N Cx = 3400 N; Cy = 4000 N 11. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of force which the pins exert on member ABC. Ax = 80 lb; Ay = 80 lb Bx = 333.333 lb; By = 133.333 lb Cx = 413.333 lb; Cy = 53.333 lb 12. Determine the horizontal and vertical components of force at each pin. The suspended cylinder has a weight of 80 lb. Notice DC is a two-force member. Ax = 160 lb; Ay = 0 lb Bx = 80 lb; By = 26.667 lb Cx = 160 lb; Cy = 106.667 lb Dx = 160 lb; Dy = 106.667 lb