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#50957 - 04/17/05 04:55 AM optional school calculation  
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I'm studying for my masters exam and I've got Tom Henry's material and it says to divide the total connected load by the total sq. ft. of the school to find the VA per sq. ft. I have 2 ?'s. Explain how I find the total connected load. AND, Am I going to be able to use this method on the exam or do I need to use the general method? or both? Any advice on other areas to be sharp in would be greatly appreciated. I plan on taking an exam prep course to help fill in the stuff I didn't learn in my apprenticeship. Taking the exam in GA. Thanks.


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#50958 - 04/17/05 09:21 AM Re: optional school calculation  
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