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The NEHRP Provisions provide two seismic hazard maps that contain quantitative measures from which seismic forces on buildings may be determined. Which of the following variables were not considered
in developing these maps? a. Historical seismicity of an area b. Area's proximity to known faults c. Geological investigations d. Types of structures built in an area
a. Historical seismicity of an area
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