Compute the deflection and maximum bending stress, Mechanical Engineering

For the beam shown in Figure compute the deflection at the element nodes. The modulus of elasticity is psi and the cross section is as shown in the figure. Also compute the maximum bending stress and its location (distance from one of the ends). Use the finite element method with the minimum number of elements.

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