What is the required bracing location for the beam, Civil Engineering

A contractor has selected a W14x74 simply supported beam for a high rise construction project.  The span length for the provided beam is set at 30 feet.  The maximum factored applied moment is determined to be 400 kip*ft.  What is the required bracing location for the beam?

A) 15 feet

B) no bracing needed

C) 22 feet

D) 19 feet

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