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# A simply supported beam has a span of 10 ft, a depth of 18 in., and...

A simply supported beam has a span of 10 ft, a depth of 18 in., and a width of 12 in. The beam is concrete with f'c = 4000 psi. Find the maximum factored load that this beam can support. Also check the shear capacity and flexural capacity.

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