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. Substantial damage is flood damage sustained by a structure whereby the cost of restoring the structure in accordance with post-FIRM regulations would equal or exceed 50 percent ofthe structure's
value before the damage occurred. A. True B. False
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User: . Substantial damage is flood damage sustained by a structure whereby the cost of restoring the structure in accordance with post-FIRM regulations would equal or exceed 50 percent ofthe structure's value before the damage occurred. A. True B. False

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User: If a levee is built near a house with a basement in order to protect it from floodwaters, and the soil at the house is highly permeable, A. a sump pump should be installed to lower the phreatic surface. B. an impermeable subsurface cut-off beneath the levee should be constructed. C. the distance between the house and the levee should be increased. D. Any ofthe above

Weegy: C. the distance between the house and the levee should be increased.
Expert answered|RomanoRC|Points 21|

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