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Unformatted text preview: openings, if any)? 106’ 100’ Q.8) Refer to the drawing of typical wall section and answer the following questions: What type of wall framing is built? Size of bottom plate? Size of top plate? If the total linear feet of the wall is 160 ft, how many studs 2x4 will be needed for the wall? Q.9) Below is the plan of a foundation. What is the length (ft) of the girder? What is the length (ft) of a floor joist? How many floor joists will be needed? Q.10) Refer to the figure below, compute the height of the steel column (ft)? 2x6 W10x49 Base plate 8”x8”x ½ “ Q.11) Refer to the figure below, compute the length of floor joists in the areas A and B (ft)? A B Q.11) List the terms of members a, b, c, d, and e of the truss shown below. If the pitch of the roof is 5, what is the length of the member a (Assume the overhang is 1 ft)? b a c d e 14’...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course CEM CEM 125 taught by Professor Tanghnguyen during the Fall '08 term at CSU Long Beach.
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