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## On eccentrically loaded columns, the equivalent axial load may be obtained by |

A. | Adding the axial load, eccentric load, the product of the bending moment due to eccentric load and the appropriate bending factor |

B. | Adding the axial load and eccentric load and subtracting the product of bending moment and appropriate bending factor |

C. | Dividing the sum of axial load and eccentric load by the product of the bending moment and appropriate bending factor |

D. | None of these |

Answer» A. Adding the axial load, eccentric load, the product of the bending moment due to eccentric load and the appropriate bending factor |

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