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A sag vertical curve has the PVC at station 88+00 and PVT at station 94+25. The...

A sag vertical curve has the PVC at station 88+00 and PVT at station 94+25. The back grade is -3.5% and the forward grade is +2%. The length of the vertical curve is.................ft

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