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Why was the resistance of the long wire multiplied to the potential difference?

Why was the resistance of the long wire multiplied to the potential difference?

Grade:12

1 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
2 years ago
Hiii Jagruti 
First of all just clear your question , what do you want to ask ?
I did not get the question properly. 
Resistance of long wire is usually large and we use capacitors in transmission lines to transmitt .
Impedance of capacitance is 1/Xc 
When we find current V= IR 
capacitive impedance will get multiplied.
Just clear yur question once.
 

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