# In short circuit calculations, the selected base kVA is equal to

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In short circuit calculations, the selected base kVA is equal to

(A) That of the largest Plant

(B) The total plant Capacity

(C) Any arbitrary value

(D) Can be any one of (A), (B), (C)

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In short circuit calculations, the selected base kVA is equal to

(A) That of the largest Plant

(B) The total plant Capacity

(C) Any arbitrary value

(D) Can be any one of (A), (B), (C)

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