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This question is related to structural design, and statics:

When studying a beam, for example using the sections method, why do we make a conceptual cut?

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A conceptual cut simply allows us to analyze that specific beam instead of using the method of joints, which requires analysis of all the beams. Or in other words, its a lot faster and efficient to solve.

This shows how tedious it can be.

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