### Question: A typical installation is shown with three kicks having been made using 22 1/2Â° bends. Keep in mind that when making kicks using the multiplier method the technique is very similar to making offsets; however, the bending reference mark for a kick is the center of the bend, not the arrow benchmark.In order to determine the amount of kick needed, a measurement must be taken. In this case, that measurement is made from the wall upon which the three horizontal conduits are mounted, to the back of the kicks, as shown in the photo top right. Presume that the value for the kicks will be 4 5/8 inches for Conduits A and B, and 3 1/4 inches for Conduit C. The stub length for Conduit A is 18 1/4 inches, and 16 1/8 inches for Conduit B. Both of these stubs will be kicked out away from the wall by 4 5/8 inches. The stub length for Conduit C is 32 inches, and it will be kicked out by 3 1/4 inches.Use the multiplier method to calculate the distance from the back of the 90 to the center of the bend for Conduits A and B. (Round the FINAL answer to the nearest whole number.)

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Answer:inches

**Answer: The Correct Answer is ****12 inches**

### Reason Explained

The correct is **12 inches**

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