# When load is applied on concrete pavement (A) Away from edges, the maximum bending moment is negative (B) Away from edges, the maximum bending moment cause compression (C) On the edges, the maximum stress is parallel to the edge of the slab (D) None of these

When load is applied on concrete pavement
(A) Away from edges, the maximum bending moment is negative
(B) Away from edges, the maximum bending moment cause compression
(C) On the edges, the maximum stress is parallel to the edge of the slab
(D) None of these

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