Calculate expected peak demand for transformer, Electrical Engineering

What is the expected peak demand for a transformer feeding the following loads?       

                  Connected                kVA                          Demand

                Feeder 1   A560 kVA                               .75

                Feeder 2   B150 kVA                               .65

                Feeder 3   C100 kVA                               .80

                Diversity factor = 1.A

          

 

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