# GATE Mechanical 2014 Set 4 | Question: 32

For the truss shown in the figure, the forces $F_1$ and $F_2$ are $9$ $kN$ and $3$ $kN$, respectively. The force (in $kN$) in the member QS is 1. $11.25$ tension
2. $11.25$ compression
3. $13.5$ tension
4. $13.5$ compression

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