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Use the Equations of Equilibrium (Sum Forces in the Y-Direction) to determine an equation relating the applied loads to the unknown reactions. Determine the degree of indeterminacy

by identifying how many excess variables you have compared to the one equation of equilibrium (one-degree indeterminant means one equation with two unknowns, two-degree indeterminate means one equation with three unknowns, etc...) Write your equation of equilibrium and your degree of indeterminancy on the same page of paper as your FBD.

Your solution should be neat . Linked to Basic Learning Objective2Week 3- Indeterminant Axial Question 4 Two metal solid cylinders fused together. If Point C is a rigid support, draw a FBD an.

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