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In the AISC ASD 9th Ed. (green book) the formula for RPG in Section G2 
(pg 5-51?) uses the variable 't'.  Does anyone know if this is tf, tw or 
something else?

't' also appears in Formula C-F1-2 in the commentary (pg 5-145?).  Is 
this the same t?

EIT (But I just took the test and hopefully will pass :-)

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