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The given beam is loaded as shown. Note the triangular loading at the end of the beam is in the upward direction.
Replace the distributed loading on the beam with an equivalent set of point loads and identify the location and
direction of each of the point loads. Combine the set of point loads into a single equivalent point load and
determine the point of application along the beam.

The given beam is loaded as shown. Note the triangular loading at the end of the beam is in the upward direction.
Replace the distributed loading on the beam with an equivalent set of point loads and identify the location and
direction of each of the point loads. Combine the set of point loads into a single equivalent point load and
determine the point of application along the beam.