Determine the forces in members in roof truss, Mechanical Engineering

Determine the Forces in Members in Roof Truss

Determine the forces in members EF, EL, FL, and LK in the roof truss shown below and state whether the members are in tension or compression. The height from point H to point I is 3 m.

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