Determine the magnitude, Physics

Determine the Magnitude

The cantilevered beam shown below has two force couples acting on it as shown.  The value of C1 in Newtons is given in P25.  Determine the magnitude of F so that the net effect of the two couples produces no moment reaction at the beam's support; i.e. the sum of the two couples = zero.   

The magnitude of F rounded to the nearest Newton so that the net effect of the two couples produces no moment reaction at the support is 

 

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