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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

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

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