## Two junction boxes are to be connected by a piece of 3/4-inch conduit. The distance between the boxes is 47 1/2 inches, and the conduit will have to be offset by 8 1/4 inches. If the conduit will be cut prior to bending, and the bends will be 22 1/2Â°, the length of the conduit will be ? .

Question: Two junction boxes are to be connected by a piece of 3/4-inch conduit. The distance between the boxes is 47 1/2 inches, and the conduit will have to be offset by 8 1/4 inches. If the conduit will be cut prior to bending, and the bends will be 22 1/2Â°, the length of the … Read more

## A 45Â° offset has been formed in a 3/4-inch EMT conduit. The distance to the obstruction is 28 5/8 inches and the height of the obstruction is 6 1/4 inches.Calculate the distance from the end of the conduit on the left to Mark 1. Note: The values calculated for this question will be used in additional questions. Hint: Use the fraction provided in the shrink constant table for your calculations. Select the closest answer.

Question: A 45Â° offset has been formed in a 3/4-inch EMT conduit. The distance to the obstruction is 28 5/8 inches and the height of the obstruction is 6 1/4 inches.Calculate the distance from the end of the conduit on the left to Mark 1. Note: The values calculated for this question will be used … Read more

## Why should sharp angles of bend be avoided when making offsets?

Question: Why should sharp angles of bend be avoided when making offsets? Select one: a. Sharp angles are difficult to duplicate. b. Sharp angles flatten the conductor when pulling through conduit. c. Sharp angles severely impact the performance of the conductor. d. Sharp angles should be avoided because they will make it more difficult to … Read more

## Two junction boxes are to be connected by a piece of 3/4-inch conduit. The distance between the boxes is 47 1/2 inches, and the conduit will have to be offset by 8 1/4 inches.If the conduit will be cut prior to bending, and the bends will be 22 1/2Â°, what will be the distance between the bending marks for the offset? (Hint: Use 2.6 as the distance multiplier.)

Question: Two junction boxes are to be connected by a piece of 3/4-inch conduit. The distance between the boxes is 47 1/2 inches, and the conduit will have to be offset by 8 1/4 inches.If the conduit will be cut prior to bending, and the bends will be 22 1/2Â°, what will be the distance … Read more