Determine the maximum stress in the beam, Mechanical Engineering

For the beam shown below, we need to determine:

(i) The support reactions RL and RR                                                                           

(ii) The shear force and bending moment diagrams                                 

(iii) The maximum stress in the beam due to bending.

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