Determine the vertical support reactions, Physics

The I beam weighs 0.6kN/m and supports the load which is P33 kN as shown. The distance from the load to point B is P34 m.  Determine the vertical support reactions at A and B.  (A support reaction vertically up is considered positive.) 

The vertical reaction in kN at A to 2 decimal places, is, 

 ANS  

The vertical reaction at Bin KN to 2 decimal places, is, 

 ANS

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