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Why are shunt reactors connected at the receiving end of long transmission line system:

(1) To increase the terminal voltage

(2) To compensate voltage rise caused by capacitive charging at light load

(3) To improve power factor

(4) None of these

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Why are shunt reactors connected at the receiving end of long transmission line system: To compensate voltage rise caused by capacitive charging at light load

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