what is the magnitude of the reaction at A?

what is the magnitude of the reaction at B?

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Given Data:Applying Equilibrium condition along the axis of the Bearn (Ie) x & y disection as mentioned in figue.\begin{array}{l}\Sigma H=0 \Rightarrow H_{A} \cos \theta+V_{A} \sin \theta+V_{B} \sin \theta=0 \\H_{A} \cos \theta+V_{A} \sin \theta+2826.8=0 \\\sum V=0 \\\Rightarrow V_{B} \cos \theta+V_{A} \cos \theta-H_{A} \sin \theta=700 \times 4.61 \\=3227 \\2422.8+V_{A} \cos \theta-H_{A} \sin \theta=3227 \\-H_{A} \sin \theta+r_{A} \cos \theta=804.122 \\\sum M_{A}=0 \Rightarrow V_{B} \cos \theta \times 3.07+\left(V_{B} \sin \theta \times 0\right) \\=900 \times 4.61 \times \frac{4.61}{2} \\\Rightarrow V_{B}=3723.07 \mathrm{~N} \text { Ans. } \\\end{array}Solving (1) 4 (2), we get\Rightarrow \begin{array}{l}H_{A}=-2450.155 \mathrm{~N} \\V_{A}=-1623.0 \mathrm{~N}\end{array} \mathrm{An}indicates assumd diredion Annegative sign indicats assumed direction is Nrong? ...