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The disc of a single phase Induction-type energy meter makes 60 revolutions in 6 minutes. Meter Constant is 1200 rev/kWh. Power consumption in the load is

(A) 1.2 kW (B) 1 kW (C) 600 W (D) 500 W

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The disc of a single phase Induction-type energy meter makes 60 revolutions in 6 minutes. Meter Constant is 1200 rev/kWh. Power consumption in the load is 500 W

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