# 6.71a For the following frame, draw the shear, moment, and axial load diagrams. Support Ais pinned...

###### Question: 6.71a For the following frame, draw the shear, moment, and axial load diagrams. Support Ais pinned and D is a roller. 80K 160 k 12 50 k 12 ft - A 12f 3 0ft D 10 ft Page 4 / 4 - Q +

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