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Consider the beam shown in (figure 1).EI is constant. Part A-Determine the expression for the elastic curve using the coordinate x for 0<x<L. Part B-Determine the slope of the beam at A , measured counterclockwise from the positive x axis. Part C-Determine the maximum deflection of the beam.
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