Resistance grounding is normally used for :

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Resistance grounding is normally used for :

(A) high voltage long over head transmission lines

(B) low voltage short over head transmission lines

(C) extra high voltage long over head transmission lines

(D) all the above

Resistance grounding is normally used for : low voltage short over head transmission lines

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