This is a structural engineering question with a BEAM AND LOADS. Can some one help me resolve this beam problem..I need all the work to be shown including the diagrams. Questions are up in the botXXXXX XXXXXnk. Let me know ASAP

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Reactions, bending moment and shear force have been calculated. For calculating deflection, moment of inertia(I) is required. For this, beam cross section is required. Something about beam is given in top most right corner. I just want to confirm it.

Here are answers. Kindly forward moment of inertia value so that deflection can also be calculated. word file Kindly rate the answers. BONUS will be appreciated.

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Which gives me total of .34 in..I get the answer my problem is doing diagram..I dont understand..can you check to see if I have the righ answer or not?

Thanks for rating answer as excellent. What formulas are given for calculating deflection in answers are for deflection at L/2. We have to put the numerical values and calculate deflection. I want some clarification regarding units. Distributed load = 1 kips, what is this kips; kindly describe it. Moment of inertia = 103in^4; is it correct as unit of moment of inertia is in mass-distance^2. Kindly check it.

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It was given in the book...so use the I I provided to you..N pass me the answer with less then one hour..because I will have to hand it with in an hour. I=103 E=30x10^3