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## If N is the number of rivets in the joint, the strength of a riveted joint against shearing of rivets, is given by |

A. | Ps = N d2 × Ps |

B. | Ps = N × (d × t × ps) |

C. | Ps = N × (p - d) × t × Ps |

D. | Ps = N × (P + d) × t × ps |

Answer» A. Ps = N d2 × Ps |

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