Determine the shear force, Physics

Determine the Shear Force in kN rounded to 1 DP and Bending Moment in kN.m rounded to 1 DP at point C in the beam when the couple at the left hand end is P49 kN.m and the point load at the right hand end is P50 kN.   

The Shear Force in kN at C rounded to 1DP is            

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The Bending Moment in kN.m at C rounded to 1DP is

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