A plane frame $\text{PQR}$ (fixed at $\text{P}$ and free at $\text{R}$) is shown in the figure. Both members ($\text{PQ}$ and $\text{QR}$) have length, $\text{L}$, and flexural rigidity, $\text{EI}$. Neglecting the effect of axial stress and transverse shear, the horizontal deflection at free end, R, is $\frac{5FL^{3}}{3EI}$ $\frac{4FL^{3}}{3EI}$ $\frac{2FL^{3}}{3EI}$ $\frac{FL^{3}}{3EI}$

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jothee
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