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**121. In symmetrically reinforced rectangular sections, the moment of resistance is:**
A. equal to balanced moment
B. less than balanced moment
C. more than balanced moment
D. none of the above

**122. In singly reinforced sections, the limiting depth of neutral axis, according to IS:456-2000, is taken as:**
A. d
B. 0.48d
C. 0.483d
D. 0.87d

**123. In compression members, the stress-strain curve of steel is assumed to be:**
A. straight line
B. parabolic
C. elliptical
D. none of the above

**124. The effective length of a compression member effectively held in position and restrained against rotation at one or both ends is:**
A. actual length of member
B. 1.5 times the actual length of member
C. 2 times the actual length of member
D. 2.5 times the actual length of member

**125. The width of the compression flange in a T-beam is taken as:**
A. overall width of the beam
B. overall width of the beam less the effective width of the web
C. overall width of the beam plus the effective width of the web
D. none of the above

**126. The pitch of the stirrups in a column should not exceed:**
A. 150 mm
B. 200 mm
C. 250 mm
D. 300 mm

**127. The minimum thickness of slab for direct finishing with concrete should be:**
A. 25 mm
B. 35 mm
C. 45 mm
D. 75 mm

**128. If two beams running in opposite direction and support a slab are interconnected by shear stirrups, it is known as:**
A. tied slab
B. two way slab
C. flat slab
D. one way slab

**129. The minimum number of bars provided in a rectangular column is:**
A. 2
B. 4
C. 6
D. 8

**130. A footing is said to be eccentrically loaded if:**
A. load does not pass through the centroid of footing
B. load passes through the centroid of footing
C. load is at the corner of footing
D. load is at the center of footing

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