Engineering Mechanics Test Questions

Q.  Uniformly distributed load of 5 kN acts on a simply supported beam of length 10 m. What are the reactions at end points of the beam?

a. 12.5 kN
b. 25 kN
c. 50 kN
d. None of the above


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