moment of inertia or other?

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    Kevin Riley

    from all my research, i don't think so. i certainly hope not. i think we just need to know basics, the handbook only calls out calculating loads on a structure member. their example problem is pretty simple. https://www.ncarb.org/sites/default/files/ARE5-Handbook.pdf

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    Shraddha Strennen

    From my experience you don’t have to know how to calculate it but, you have to understand what it means and how increasing/decreasing it effects your outcome.

    As far as calculations - understand beam loading diagrams, how you solve for reactions, moment, etc. There might be other small formulas but, you don’t need to memorize. The question should give you enough to figure it out.

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