Determine the bending moment, Physics

Determine the Shear Force in kN rounded to 1 DP and Bending Moment in kN.m rounded to 1 DP at point C in the beam when the UDL on the beam is P52 kN/m (as for the previous question)   

The Shear Force in kN at C rounded to 1DP is

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The Bending Moment in kN.m at C rounded to 1DP is  

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