The principle of transmissibility states that the effect of a force can be considered to act anywhere along the axis of the force. In the applet below, the effect of the force shown is unchanged as it moves along the axis of its action.
See also: Varignon’s Theorem
Instructions: Click and hold the mouse to see the vector translate along its axis.

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