Determine the maximum bending moment, Physics

The weightless simply supported beam below has a VDL of P61kN/m, a point load of P62 kN and a UDL of P63 kN/m as shown.  Determine the vertical reaction force at A the maximum bending moment on the beam, and the closest distance from A to where the Shear force is zero and to the point of contra flexure, all rounded 2 DP. These answers are worth 4 points each.   

The magnitude of the vertical reaction in kN at A rounded to 2 DP       

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The maximum Bending Moment in kN.m on the beam is rounded to 2 DP is  

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 The distance from A to where shear force is zero is                              

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The distance from A to the point of contraflexure is                              

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