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Posted by Anonymous on Thursday, November 17, 2011 at 7:22pm.

A 5.00 m long rigid beam with a mass of 200.0 kg is supported at each end. A 55.0 kg student stands on the beam, 1.40 m from the left support and a 70 kg student stands 1.2 m from the right support. How much upward force does each support exert on the beam? Be specific by left support and right support.

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