Determine the bending stress, Mechanical Engineering

The cantilevered beam made from the Z section is subjected to the two loadings as shown.

(a)  Determine and show the orientation of the neutral axis on the cross section (angle measured with respect to the z' axis).

(b)  Determine the bending stress at the wall in the beam at points A and B. 

(c)  Plot the bending stress distribution on side AC.

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