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Which of the following statements is true? 

(1) steady-state stability limit is greater than transient stability limit 

(2) steady-state stability limit is equal to transient stability limit 

(3) steady-state stability limit is less than the transient stability limit 

(4) no generalization can be made regarding the equality or otherwise of the steady-state stability limit and transient stability limit

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Which of the following statements is true? 

(1) steady-state stability limit is greater than transient stability limit 

(2) steady-state stability limit is equal to transient stability limit 

(3) steady-state stability limit is less than the transient stability limit 

(4) no generalization can be made regarding the equality or otherwise of the steady-state stability limit and transient stability limit

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