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Ferranti Effect is more pronounced when ___________

A) the line is longer and the voltage applied is higher

B) the line is shorter and the voltage applied is lower

C) the line is shorter and the voltage applied is higher

D) none of these

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Ferranti Effect is more pronounced when the line is longer and the voltage applied is higher

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