- LWE with secret matrix (Reverse LWE?)
- Rewinding techniques with some examples
- What is the view of an algorithm/adversary? Is view just a term used to describe the output over a set of inputs for a probabilistic algorit
- Can this hash-based, short signature scheme work, given a decentralized log of messages as a primitive?
- RSA certificate needed in CVC format
- i am english working in china on a Z-visa and my daughter 11yrs want to join me what visa do i get for her
- Travel to Sweden after work permit is approved
- Dual Citizen of UK and Canada visiting the US with a valid UK Passport but no current Canadian passport
- How to check if someone blacklisted/banned from visiting UAE?
- Is wild camping possible in Germany? Where?
- As a married couple with different citizenship, should we pass through US immigration together or separately?
- “the original position” by John Rawls explanation
- What are the problems with Plantinga's evolutionary argument against naturalism (EAAN)?
- physical approach to freewill
- How are ambiguous “brother” and “sister” typically translated into Japanese?
- why is NOT using the ~ている form wrong in this instance?
- Which Grammatical Form and how is it said in English
- Einschub oder Anfügung?
- An less widely known occasion for use of the nominative case?
- Eine Figur von oder aus dem Film?

# Determining Elastic Equation of Beam with Linearly Distributed Load

I'm trying to solve this question, but I'm not sure where to start. Typically, to solve this type of problem, I would find the vertical support reaction at R (w0.L / 24), then cut the beam (in this case, between L/2 and L, where the load is applied) and determine the equation for the moment (5.w0.L/48 + 5.w0.L.x/24 + x^3 .w0/3L). I would then set the moment equation equal to EI.dy^2 / dx^2 and integrate to get

EIy = 5.w0.L^2 .x^2 /96 + 5.w0.Lx^3 /144 + x^5 .w0/60L + c1x + c2

However, that equation doesn't allow me to solve for point A, as it is only applicable to L/2 to L (and I don't even have boundary conditions to solve both constants). I don't know how to calculate an elastic equation that covers the whole beam in this scenario? Any help would be much appreciated!