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According to the building code what is the minimum unit run for a set of of private stairs?
  1. 7 1/2" (192 mm)
  2. 7 3/4" (197 mm)
  3. 8" (203 mm)
  4. 8 1/4" (210 mm)
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According to the building code what is the maximum unit rise for a set of of private stairs?
  1. 7 7/8" (200 mm)
  2. 7 3/4" (197 mm)
  3. 8" (203 mm)
  4. 8 1/8" (206 mm)
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According to the building code what is the maximum unit run for a set of of private stairs?
  1. 13 3/4" (349 mm)
  2. 14" (355 mm)
  3. 14 1/14" (362 mm)
  4. 14 1/2" ( 368 mm)
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According to the building code what is the minimum unit rise for a set of of private stairs?
  1. 4 1/2" (114 mm)
  2. 4 3/4" (121 mm)
  3. 5" (125 mm)
  4. 5 1/4" (133 mm)
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What is one of the most common stair proportioning formulas to help carpenters create a comfortable and safe set of steps?
  1. Rise + run = 25 degrees
  2. Rise + run = 18"
  3. Rise and run = 45 degrees
  4. Rise + run = 17"
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