a. Find the total load (Pf1=dead load +live load) value which corresponds to a probably =1% of being exceeded. (Hint: Deﬁne a total load Function Pf1= D1 + LI , and find a value Pfl0 corresponding to a probably =1 % of being exceeded). b. Under a different loading scenario, the average dead load becomes D2 =100kN and the average live load becomes L2 =110kN while the coefficients of variation remain unchanged from case a above, find the total load (sz =dead load D2 +live loasz) value associated with a probability = 1% of being exceeded. (Hint: Deﬁne a total load Function sz = D2 +L2 and ﬁnd a value PM0 corresponding to a probably of 1% of being exceeded). Note: In both cases 3a and 3b, the loads Pfl0 , sz0 obtained are higher than simply adding the mean dead load and mean live load in each case. c. From your ﬁndings in cases 3a and 3b, you are required to determine load factors all) and 01L that meet the following two conditions: 0 01DD1 + aiLL| : Pf1 0 01DD2 +0:ng : Pf2
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