# Uniformly Varying Load

## Problem 842 | Continuous Beams with Fixed Ends

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## Problem 827 | Continuous Beam by Three-Moment Equation

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## Problem 818 | Continuous Beam by Three-Moment Equation

**Problem 818**

In Problem 817, determine the changed value of the applied couple that will cause M_{2} to become zero.

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## Problem 817 | Continuous Beam by Three-Moment Equation

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## Problem 728 | Isosceles triangular load over the entire span of fully restrained beam

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## Problem 721 | Propped beam with decreasing load by moment-area method

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## Problem 720 | Propped beam with increasing load by moment-area method

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## Problem 706 | Solution of Propped Beam with Decreasing Load

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## Problem 705 | Solution of Propped Beam with Increasing Load

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## 238 Finding the resultant of trapezoidal loading

**Problem 238**

The beam AB in Fig. P-238 supports a load which varies an intensity of 220 N/m to 890 N/m. Calculate the magnitude and position of the resultant load.

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