15,125 which brings us back to 0.

Which again, it always should, that's a good way of checking yourself.

In this case, again, we're integrating a ramp.

And so that's going to give us a parabola. So if I draw that in here, it goes like

that as a parabola and we've completed

our moment diagram. So now I have a, a complete depiction

of both the shear force and the moment anywhere along this beam.

I don't have to cut it in several different places to find

out what to share in the moment is at each of those places.

I know it all the way along, and so like I said, in my earlier module I, I, I, I,I

notice that the critical values per share is 10,000 over minus 10,000 over here.

11,000 here, 11,000 over here, a little less

in between the values where I'm going to have

the most moment, and e, e, e, e, we're

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to be critical in designing the member to hold those loads, are here at point

eh, C at the roller, where we have a value of minus 30,000 pound feet.

and we have a positive value of 15,125 but this

section over here is where we're experiencing the largest moments.

So, very, very helpful diagram, will be, very

very useful as you proceed in future courses

in designing beam members and mechanics of materials.