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    Power loss in a transmission line

    Can anyone explain this for me?

    The power loss in a transmission line due to charging current is best expressed as:

    Your Answer: Ic2R Wrong

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamescrosetto View Post
    Can anyone explain this for me?

    The power loss in a transmission line due to charging current is best expressed as:

    Your Answer: Ic2R Wrong
    Answer should be ((Ic^2*R)/3)

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