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4th Breyer, ed, Problem 4.30 All materials are No. 2 Hem Fir w/ bending about strong axis Part a RoofJoists are 2x10 @ 16&quot; O.C. supporting roof DL and Snow Width Depth Controlling load type In Use Moisture Content Meets Repetative Member requi Form Factor Used Flat? 2 10 SL 15 1 1 0 % (1 = True, 0 = False) (1=Rect, 2=Diamond, 3=Round) (1 = True, 0 = False) Hem Fir #2 CD CM Ct CL CF Cfu Cr Cf Cp CH Cb...

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