Calculate the value of forces for each test, Physics

An experiment was carried out to measure forces acting in two members of a pin-jointed framework due to different applied loading conditions. Dial gages P and Q were calibrated and set to zero for each test. 

Members a, and b, are of equal length -2m

Calculate the value of forces P and Q for each test using the method of sections technique.

Show all calculations in your answers.

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