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    Trick

    Why those questions are made so tricky? They are good for millenniums but not for old-tired minds. My answer should be (A) but also, my family had a "parking garage" in the house in South-America, and you cannot eliminate romex with a partial basement adding 3 + floors, so (D) apply too ... ???? LOL, maybe I should start thinking in retiring ...
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    You would need to go back several code cycles for that question to even be applicable.
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    sorry infinity, I don follow you

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    "You would need to go back several code cycles for that question to even be applicable." this question is for a 2017 license renewal

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    D ---- used the KISS rule they don't give enough info to deny the residential part.
    CircuitRyder --- Unfortunately not all good ideas are code enforceable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esthy View Post
    sorry infinity, I don follow you
    The limits for number of floors have been removed from the NEC. Now you would use the construction type to determine if NM is permitted. Look at 334.10.
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