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Annex C Pipe Tables
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Question 1 of 36
1. Question
How many more #12 THHN conductors can you fit inside of a piece of 1 inch PVC SCHED 40 pipe that already contains 4x #12 THHN conductors?
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Question 2 of 36
2. Question
What is the multiplier for a continuous load?
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Question 3 of 36
3. Question
Intrinsically safe apparatus, enclosures, and raceways shall be connected to the equipment ground conductor if metal?
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Question 4 of 36
4. Question
How many more #10 THWN conductors can you fit inside of a piece of 1.5 inch PVC SCHED 80 pipe that already contains 6x #10 THWN conductors?
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Question 5 of 36
5. Question
What is the demand factor for 11 dryers using the standard method?
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Question 6 of 36
6. Question
For pipe fill purposes, when will you use the 60% fill column of table 4?
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Question 7 of 36
7. Question
What is the demand factor for one 9.5 Kw range?
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Question 8 of 36
8. Question
What is the total calculated demand for five 5 Kw ranges?
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Question 9 of 36
9. Question
What is the total calculated demand for one 10.5 Kw range?
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Question 10 of 36
10. Question
How many #8 THWN conductors can you fit inside of a piece of 2.5 inch PVC SCHED 80 pipe that already contains 10x #4 THWN conductors?
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Question 11 of 36
11. Question
Cabinets and cutout boxes shall be deep enough to allow the closing of the doors when _____ amp branch circuit panel board switches are in any position.
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Question 12 of 36
12. Question
How many #12 RHH conductors can you fit into a piece of 1 inch EMT?
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Question 13 of 36
13. Question
How many #8 conductors can you fit into a 4 x 1 1/4 round/octagonal box?
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Question 14 of 36
14. Question
Outdoor overhead conductors over _____ volts shall be permitted only for systems rated over ______ volts.
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Question 15 of 36
15. Question
How many 1/0 THHW conductors can you fit into a piece of 3 inch RMC?
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Question 16 of 36
16. Question
What is the allowable pipe fill capacity of 1 inch EMT when using 5 conductors?
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Question 17 of 36
17. Question
What is the cubic inch volume for a #6 conductor?
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Question 18 of 36
18. Question
What is the maximum cross sectional area you can fill of a pipe if you only have 1 conductor?
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Question 19 of 36
19. Question
What is the usable area in inches squared of a piece of 1/2 liquidtight flexible nonmetallic conduit “TYPE A” when you have more than 2 wires?
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Question 20 of 36
20. Question
What table would you use to calculate pipe fill of the conductors are of different sizes and insulation ratings?
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Question 21 of 36
21. Question
What Tables do you use for sizing pipe when all of the conductors are of the same size and insulation?
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Question 22 of 36
22. Question
What is the minimum overhead clearance for service conductors that pass over residential driveways, property, and commercial areas without truck traffic, not over 300V?
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Question 23 of 36
23. Question
At a minimum, how many 120v 20 amp circuits must a dwelling unit have?
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Question 24 of 36
24. Question
How many #14 THHN conductors can you fit into a piece of 3/4 inch RMC?
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Question 25 of 36
25. Question
How many more #4 THWN conductors can you fit inside of a piece of 2.5 inch PVC SCHED 80 pipe that already contains 10x #4 THWN conductors?
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Question 26 of 36
26. Question
How many RHH 6 AWG conductors can fit into a 1inch PVC Schedule 40 conduit?
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Question 27 of 36
27. Question
How many #4 XHHW conductors can you fit into a piece of 2 inch Liquid Tight Flexible NonMetallic Conduit (carflex)?
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Question 28 of 36
28. Question
Given a scenario where you’re working with rigid metal conduit (RMC), and your conductor size is 12 AWG THWN, how many of these conductors can you fit in a 1/2 inch RMC?
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Question 29 of 36
29. Question
How many 10 AWG THWN2 conductors can be accommodated in a 1″ Intermediate Metal Conduit (IMC)?
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Question 30 of 36
30. Question
How many 12 AWG THHN conductors can be installed in a 1/2″ EMT conduit?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 31 of 36
31. Question
How many 12 AWG THHN conductors can be installed in a 3/4 inch EMT conduit?
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Question 32 of 36
32. Question
How many 2 AWG THW conductors can be fitted in a 21/2″ EMT (Electrical Metallic Tubing)?CorrectIncorrect 
Question 33 of 36
33. Question
How many 4 AWG THHN conductors can be installed in a run of 1inch Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC)?
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Question 34 of 36
34. Question
How many 4/0 AWG XHHW conductors can be accommodated in a 4″ PVC Schedule 80 conduit?
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Question 35 of 36
35. Question
How many 6 AWG THHN conductors can be fitted in a run of 2″ Rigid Metal Conduit (RMC)?
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Question 36 of 36
36. Question
How many 8 AWG THHN conductors can be accommodated in a 11/2″ Electrical Metallic Tubing (EMT)?
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