In determining stresses in frames by methods of sections, the frame is divided into two parts by an imaginary section drawn in such a way as not to cut more than Strength of Materials

  • Two members with unknown forces of the frame
  • Three members with unknown forces of the frame
  • Four members with unknown forces of the frame
  • Three members with known forces of the frame
Answer: Three members with unknown forces of the frame
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