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## For double angles carrying tension, placed back to back and connected to either side of the gusset plate, the sectional area of the section, is equal to cross sectional area of |

A. | The section |

B. | The section plus area of rivet holes |

C. | The section minus area of rivet holes |

D. | The section multiplied by the area of the rivet hole |

Answer» C. The section minus area of rivet holes |

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